PR EUROPE: MADRID - Llorente brings in Ayares

Top four independent Spanish agency JA Llorente and O Cuenca has appointed a second account director, Linda Ayares, in a bid to win new clients in travel and food and drink. Ayares joined from Hill and Knowlton’s Madrid office this month. Originally from New York, Ayares came to Spain to work with H&K as an account director in 1994. She has 22 years of experience in food and drink, travel and luxury consumer goods PR, and has worked for the Spanish Tourist Office in New York.

Top four independent Spanish agency JA Llorente and O Cuenca has

appointed a second account director, Linda Ayares, in a bid to win new

clients in travel and food and drink. Ayares joined from Hill and

Knowlton’s Madrid office this month. Originally from New York, Ayares

came to Spain to work with H&K as an account director in 1994. She has

22 years of experience in food and drink, travel and luxury consumer

goods PR, and has worked for the Spanish Tourist Office in New York.



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