H+K London has strengthened its creative offer with the hire of award-winning creative strategist, Simon Shaw to the newly created position of Chief Creative Officer.
Hill+Knowlton Strategies today announced that Richard Millar is appointed as Global Chair, Creative Strategy, driving a new global creative initiative. He remains UK CEO.
A full service integrated communications agency, we have a very wide range of services that stretches through to graphic design, advertising, marcoms, website and app development and even pure IT services for marketing automation and content management.
Technology spans every facet of the modern world. Our understanding of sector dynamics, regulations and pain points enables us to create integrated communications campaigns that capture the imagination of target audiences and build brand value.
We are the only communications agency whose technology PR division spans from deep-tech B2B, across corporate and right through to pure B2C.
Our 12 people strong team in H+K London are looking to recruit a Market and Product Project Manager to help manage both WPP and Ford teams within their key European markets. The role will also involve supporting smaller, increasingly important markets across Europe, (such as Turkey, Holland and Switzerland).
H+K's specialist Change + Internal Communications practice are looking for our next mid/mid-senior level hire to help bring our vision to life and grow this important offer. The successful candidate will work closely with our Healthcare team and work on projects across a variety of sectors and specialist service teams.
Today’s public has an insatiable appetite for content but only those brands that tell their stories in a user centric way will succeed in engaging their audience. Our speakers will share their insights, experiences and offer practical information brands can use to improve their own content strategy.
Technology has disrupted decades-old business models that crumbled overnight in an unstoppable stampede towards streaming digital content.
Technology now plays a more fundamental role in sport. As sport has professionalised, it has increasingly made good use of sports technology.
Technology is revolutionising the way employees, companies and public sector organisations operate
The digital home is now one of the most hotly contested areas of technology.
The consumerisation of IT and an increasingly connected digital world puts IT security and cyber security at the heart of the technology landscape.
Driven by economies of scale and changing consumer expectations, content capture, post production, distribution and exhibition are all experiencing rapid change for the media production industry and its technology providers.
The use of technology within the public sector looks to harness the world-beating talents of those within the civil service by making sure they are not held back by slow, sclerotic systems.
Technology-led start-ups are challenging the financial services status quo through the smart use of technology; changing business models and rules of engagement.
For companies looking to cross the chasm from early adoption to mainstream usage - among consumers, C-level executives, or the most niche of markets - creating public understanding of a technology and its benefits is vital.
Technology is underpinning a new range of health services, from medical devices, to diagnostics, treatment and testing.
Technology is transforming the power generation industry and lowering power consumption.
Influencer marketing is increasingly popular, given the ease with which social media enables widespread word of mouth. A variety of social media tools allow online influencers to be identified, tracked and engaged in real time - complete with instant metrics and reporting.
Integrated communications delivers brand consistency across key influencers, customers and prospects through advertising, social media and editorial media coverage. Beyond paid, owned and earned media it also enables direct sales lead generation.
The rise of social media gives brands the opportunity to communicate directly with their audiences through their own content marketing, without the media acting as a content gatekeeper.
We are creators of powerful ideas: multi-channel story telling communications that engage audiences and change behaviour
Hill+Knowlton Strategies (H+K) London has strengthened its Financial + Professional Services team with the hire of Verity Dephoff as an Associate Director.
Our Technology sector have an opportunity for an ambitious, B2B technology communications consultant with excellent written, digital and media skills to be part of a fast growing, creative team that spans both B2B and consumer.
We are looking for a Digital PR/Comms Manager who is confident, creative, passionately digital and social media savvy to join the Sports team at H+K, to bring with them a fresh point of view and skill set.
Our Retail + Leisure team are looking for an Account Executive with a passion for brand communications and solid agency experience working on large scale consumer brand campaigns and busy press office functions.
We are looking for a Medical Writer with a couple of years’ experience and a can-do attitude to join our dynamic team of healthcare education specialists who develop engaging educational content and programmes for global, regional and single market audiences.
We are looking for a Senior Account Executive with top-notch organisational skills and a can-do attitude to join our dynamic team of healthcare education specialists who develop engaging educational content and programmes for global, regional and single market audiences.