Kate Nicholson
Aug 17, 2009

Hill & Knowlton expands in China with Chengdu office

CHENGDU - Hill & Knowlton has opened an office in Chengdu.

The move represents the latest phase of an aggressive pan-China strategy for the public relations agency, which already has offices in four other tier-two cities - Jinan, Nanjing, Shenyang and Wuhan - in addition to its established operations in Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou.

James B. Heimowitz pictured, president and CEO, North Asia, said “Hill Knowlton is committed to expanding our physical presence across China. We have seen increasing demand for our services from Chinese...

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