Richard Carnell-Jones joins H+K London as Associate Director

by H+K United Kingdom

June 29, 2017

Richard Carnell-Jones joins H+K London as Associate Director

LONDON – Hill+Knowlton Strategies (H+K) London announces the appointment of Richard Carnell-Jones as Associate Director of the Energy + Industrials team. Richard will report directly to Simon Whitehead, MD of H+K’s Energy + Industrial sector. Richard most recently worked in the external communications team of FTSE 100 mining company, Anglo American plc, where he founded … Read more

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