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HH Global Expands into Australia

Tuesday, February 07, 2012

Press release from the issuing company

HH Global, leaders in brand campaign management, today announced that it is continuing its expansion in Asia Pacific with the opening of an Australian operation to support existing global clients. Working strategically through the APJ region, Australia is able to access local and APJ supply chain opportunities to maximise efficiency and cost-effectiveness for clients and prospects.

HH Global has incorporated HH Australia and appointed Marc Flior and Rowan Isaacs, both very experienced individuals, to lead its local operations. The business will have the full range of HH Global’s recently launched channels available to it, including digital, retail, print and broadcast media. Foundation clients in the region are already subscribing to HH’s digital and online capabilities.

Robert MacMillan, CEO, HH Global comments: “Australia is an important country within our global strategy and service delivery model and has strong growth opportunities for us.  We will be working closely with our Australian team to support the roll-out of global client contracts and setting up the Australia operation to maximise its effectiveness in the region.”

Marc Flior, Australian Operations Director, HH Global, said: “We feel this is one of the most exciting developments in the Australia market for several years. HH Global comes with a global focus and presence, market leading technology and access to global resources to activate the local market. We have strong plans to drive exponential growth and will be looking to recruit the industry’s best to support the HH Global vision and mission.”

 

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