PUBLIC SECTOR: Eisberg appointed to clean up CIA image

The Chemical Industries Association (CIA) has brought in industry specialist Neil Eisberg to head media relations after previous incumbent Christine Smith left to freelance in April. The CIA’s UK chemical producer members are facing increasing public criticism with the publication of monthly ’Hall of Shame’ league tables of top ten polluters by the Environment Agency. Eisberg’s brief will be to promote a positive image of CIA members and promote the importance of the chemical industry as a cornerstone of UK industry. Eisberg heads a team of two, reporting to public affairs director Jenny Aylard. He joined the CIA from on-line chemical news service CNI, where he was information services director.

The Chemical Industries Association (CIA) has brought in industry

specialist Neil Eisberg to head media relations after previous incumbent

Christine Smith left to freelance in April. The CIA’s UK chemical

producer members are facing increasing public criticism with the

publication of monthly ’Hall of Shame’ league tables of top ten

polluters by the Environment Agency. Eisberg’s brief will be to promote

a positive image of CIA members and promote the importance of the

chemical industry as a cornerstone of UK industry. Eisberg heads a team

of two, reporting to public affairs director Jenny Aylard. He joined the

CIA from on-line chemical news service CNI, where he was information

services director.



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