Alexandra King joins Hill & Knowlton's Consumer Packaged Goods team
18 June, 2010
Alexandra King joins Hill & Knowlton (H&K) as a Senior Account Manager within the Consumer Packaged Goods team. She joins from Procter & Gamble (P&G) Australia / New Zealand, where she held the position of Assistant Public Relations Manager for two years.
Alexandra joins the Consumer Packaged Goods division, led by Louise Watson which spans an impressive portfolio of brands including; Gillette, Ariel and Pringles. She will report into Sarah Trombetta, who heads up the Beauty & Grooming team within that sector.
Whilst at P&G Alexandra worked on a range of brands including Gillette Venus, Herbal Essences and SK-11. She was responsible for a variety of PR activity, including management of the Venus Embrace Guinness World Attempts in 2008 & 2009 and SK-II sponsorship of inaugural InStyle Women of Style Awards 2009, achieving impressive results for the company.
Prior to P&G, Alexandra’s CV includes work for a number of luxury beauty brands, including; Missoni, Tommy Hilfiger and DKNY for Estee Lauder and Ralph Lauren and Giorgio Armani Cosmetics and Fragrances for L’Oreal Luxury Products Division.
Louise Watson, Head of Consumer Packaged Goods commented, ‘Alexandra’s deep category knowledge combined with her strong experience of both the P&G brand and the luxury beauty communications industry will be a superb addition to our deep specialist offer. We look forward to welcoming her to the team.’ Contact
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