CirKle celebrates Kimberly-Clark corporate PR win

Kimberly-Clark, the personal paper products manufacturer, has appointed CirKle Communications to handle its UK corporate communications.

Kimberly-Clark, the personal paper products manufacturer, has

appointed CirKle Communications to handle its UK corporate

communications.



The account was previously held by Fleishman-Hillard, which had to

resign the business owing to a conflict of interest with client, Procter

and Gamble. European sales for Kimberly-Clark were in the region of

pounds 1.5 billion in 1998.



CirKle, which has only two employees, won the account after a three-way

pitch. It already handled PR for two Kimberly-Clark brands: panty liner

Kotex Brevia and incontinence pad Depend.



Caroline Kinsey, director of CirKle, will lead the account and report to

Lyn Mayes, corporate communications director for Kimberly-Clark Europe,

Middle East and Africa. It is believed the agency will make new

appointments to manage the workload.



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