Interel overhauls group management structure

Interel has reorganised its six country offices into a group management structure focĀ­used on digital, public affairs, strategic comms and association management.

Group CEO: Fredrik Lofthagen has introduced a new brand identity
Group CEO: Fredrik Lofthagen has introduced a new brand identity

George McGregor, the managing partner in London, is taking the additional role of group head of public affairs.

Strategic comms will be headed by Laurent-Paul Van Stiertegem, digital by Erin Leuschke, and association management by Milagros Correla Mostaza Corral. Group CEO Fredrik Lofthagen has also introduced a new brand identity.

Interel’s group revenue in 2011, the year it went through a management buyout from Hasgrove, was €12.8m (£10.9m) with an after-tax profit of €1.7m (£1.5m).

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