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Dr. Andreas Kloevekorn to lead Technology team at Hill+Knowlton Germany

by | Jan 21, 2021

Hill+Knowlton Strategies (H+K), one of the world’s leading public relations agencies, has appointed Dr. Andreas Kloevekorn as Head of the Technology team. Kloevekorn joins as Managing Director and will report directly to Susanne Marell, H+K Germany CEO.

Dr. Andreas Kloevekorn

Dr. Andreas Kloevekorn

“With Andreas, we have added an experienced and versatile communications expert for this important role,” explains Marell. “With his broad expertise in client services and his proven digital know-how, he is an asset to our team and will provide comprehensive strategic advice to our clients.”

As Head of Technology, Andreas will be responsible for advising all companies in this sector. “Technology is one of the most important sectors and growth drivers at H+K, not just in Germany, but also internationally,” says Marell. “Andreas will further expand our expertise in this sector, working closely with the technology experts in our global network.”

Kloevekorn has previously held senior positions at Tribal DDB and Edelman, among others. In addition to leading the Technology team, Kloevekorn will also work on the development of new H+K offerings as part of his role in the management team, as H+K continues to elevate its digital profile.

“I am very much looking forward to driving H+K’s growth in the technology sector together with a dedicated team,” added Andreas Kloevekorn.

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