H+K brings fresh talent onto its expanding Tech team

LONDON – Hill+Knowlton Strategies (H+K) London announces the arrival of Fiona Hughes, Nick Fishleigh, and Sarah Martinez to the senior management of its technology team.

Fiona Hughes comes to H+K in a newly-created role, as Integrated Communications Director to oversee key client work after a new business drive.  

Fiona has 15 years’ experience in the PR industry.  Most recently, she ran the Global team for HTC at Fever (part of the Nelson Bostock Group).  Here she led the global consumer lifestyle campaign for the HTC M9, “HTC INK” with Jourdan Dunne; amongst other campaigns.  Prior to this, Fiona launched and grew the Consumer division at independent PR agency Firefly Communications – winning clients including Vimeo and growing the division from scratch.

Nick Fishleigh returns to H+K as an Associate Director with UK, European and international experience across established and challenger technology brands. He re-joins the agency after two years with MSLGROUP working with brands including Alcatel, the Tizen Association and PFU Fujitsu and adds deep sector knowledge to the team. Combined with his prior seven-year career with H+K, Nick’s expertise spans business and consumer audience campaigns across enterprise, telecommunications and mobile work for clients including HP, Intel, NetApp, Qualcomm and Visa Europe.

Joining H+K alongside Fiona and Nick is Sarah Martinez. Sarah joins from her role as Associate Director at The Red Consultancy. As a technology specialist, she brings in over 10 years’ experience in brand management for big tech companies as well as establishing communication strategies for challenger brands and start-ups. She will take up an Associate Director position at H+K and will take a strategic role, developing integrated communications platforms for her clients.

Managing Director of H+K’s technology team, Charlie Morgan, comments, “We’re excited to welcome Fiona as Integrated Communications Director and Nick and Sarah as Associate Directors to the technology management team. They join our 30+-people strong team at a time of rapid growth and we’re very much looking forward to their contribution to lead a range of integrated communication programmes across our clients.”

Wednesday, June 01, 2016

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