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Harry King joins senior healthcare team at Ketchum Pleon

Comms consultancy also appoints Julie Dawson-Wills

Ketchum Pleon healthcare Harry KingKetchum Pleon has appointed Harry King (pictured) as practice director for its healthcare team.

He joins from Porter Novelli in London, where he spent the last seven years, most recently as part of its senior healthcare leadership team.

Amanda Sefton, MD of healthcare at Ketchum Pleon in London, said: “Harry is an exceptional communications consultant and we're delighted to welcome him to Ketchum Pleon.

“Harry brings a proven track record as a trusted advisor to clients and team members alike, together with a hunger for new approaches to healthcare communications. I know Harry will make a strong addition to our healthcare leadership as we continue to develop and grow our practice.”

Ketchum Pleon's London office has also appointed as head of content Julie Dawson-Wills, who will join the consultancy from Edelman, where she served as head of content. She joins on September 25.

In her new role Dawson-Wills, will be responsible for developing storytelling solutions and overseeing end-to-end customised content creation.

“I'm really excited to join Ketchum Pleon,” said Dawson-Wills. “Ketchum Pleon has a reputation for working with and creating integrated campaigns for some of the best global brands and most admired companies in the world. I am looking forward to the opportunity to contribute my experience and expertise, and I believe I will thrive in this creative and forward-thinking environment.”

Dawson-Wills has more than 20 years of industry experience in broadcast journalism, production, broadcast consultancy and digital PR, beginning her career at the BBC, where she contributed to a number of entertainment and feature programmes including Watchdog, Crimewatch and That's Life!

18th September 2012

From: Marketing



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