Kering reorganizes its corporate communications department
Kering is reorganizing its corporate communications department in order to support the globalization of the group and the development of its “corporate brand".
To that end, and under the leadership of Louise Beveridge, communications director and member of the Kering’s executive committee, the group announced four promotions on Wednesday, July 9 that will take effect immediately.
Paul Michon, previously head of press relations, has been named corporate information director. He will oversee "oversee press relations, digital monitoring and communications as well as sustainability information." Helena St. Raymond has been promoted to fill his former position as head of press relations.
Cyril Cabellos, recruited last year as head of image & editorial, has been named content & image director. Having previously worked at Yves Saint Laurent and Carven, Cabellos will now be responsible for "brand and corporate image, particularly through the web, publications, public relations, the editorial platform and iconography,” according to the company statement.
Charlotte Judet, previously the company’s corporate information director, has been appointed vice president communications for Kering Asia Pacific. Based in Hong Kong, she will take charge of all the group’s communication for the Asia-Pacific and Japan region.
A new recruit, Marie-Laure Vaganay will join Kering as communications director, Kering Americas. Based in New York, she will oversee the group’s communication in the Americas.
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