“Emily Hallie has a proven track record of developing and executing global communications and media relations across FTSE consumer goods brands, including most recently at Diageo where she led campaigns across key markets and brand categories. Her expertise will be critical in shaping Condé Nast Britain’s communication strategy”, commented Read.
Emily joins from Diageo, where she was a member of the global communications team. Previous to this, she worked in global media relations at SABMiller and Unilever. Emily replaces Nicky Eaton who leaves the Company after more than 13 years and will report directly into Albert Read, Managing Director. Emily will oversee the press office and communications across all titles.
“I am pleased to join Condé Nast Britain at this exciting time, and look forward to highlighting the global brand portfolio through excellent storytelling and high impact communications activities”, Emily Hallie added.
In addition, Emma Kelleher has recently joined the Condé Nast Britain press office on maternity cover as Acting Deputy Publicity Director. Emma was previously with Plus 1 Communications and The British Fashion Council.