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EMEA News In Brief (April 7, 2014)
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EMEA News In Brief (April 7, 2014)

New member for IPREX; new business at Exposure, Broadgate Mainland, Talk; new people at Hill+Knowlton, Lansons.

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PARIS—Crisis management and communication firm Arjuna has joined IPREX, the global network of communication agencies. Established in 1993 by CEO Béatrice de Veyrac, Arjuna focuses on creating crisis plans and training client teams, and helping clients to manage crises and potential crises as they happen.

LONDON—Exposure has been appointed by contemporary fashion brand Jaeger as its creative communications agency. Exposure will support CEO Colin Henry to communicate the brand’s creative vision. Exposure’s remit with Jaeger will encompass PR and creative consultancy as well as brand experience services, including planning and producing the AW14 Press Show in May.

LONDON— MKG, the specialist medical education offer at Hill+Knowlton Strategies London, has expanded its team with the appointment of Bettina Seri as associate editorial director. Seri joins H+K from Medicus International where she was principal medical writer and associate director of scientific and strategic services. She will take on responsibility for the clinical and scientific stream of MKG’s medical communications offering.

LONDON—Broadgate Mainland has been re-appointed to manage public relations for the University of Westminster with an expanded brief which includes Westminster Business School. The firm will continue to manage the University’s external relations and provide strategic PR support to promote its programs and research to domestic and international audiences. A key focus of the brief will be to promote the success of the University’s academics, students and staff.

LONDON—Lansons has recruited Clare Anderson as a director and member of its management board. She will help grow Lansons’ corporate practice. She joins Lansons after14 years spent at Fishburn, where as client services director and a board member she led the strategic direction of the agency. Anderson has worked for some of the UK’s largest financial services brands, including Tesco Bank, Zurich, Novartis Global and the Money Advice Service.

LONDON—navabi, a leader in premium plus size fashion, has appointed Talk PR as its retained consumer agency in the UK. Talk PR has been appointed for the launch of a new website and an own-brand collection and will position navabi as curator of international fashion brands that cater to the plus size market.
 

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