STOP PRESS: Hempstead replaces Whyte at Shell

Caroline Hempstead has replaced Andrew Whyte as external affairs adviser at Shell International, moving from her post as issues manager. Shell International co-ordinates the corporate activities of the Royal Dutch Shell group of companies. Whyte left Shell to become BBC Broadcast’s first head of PR in March (PR Week, 13 March 1998). Hempstead’s responsiblities include supporting Shell’s operations in central and Eastern Europe and running the crisis management system.

Caroline Hempstead has replaced Andrew Whyte as external affairs

adviser at Shell International, moving from her post as issues manager.

Shell International co-ordinates the corporate activities of the Royal

Dutch Shell group of companies. Whyte left Shell to become BBC

Broadcast’s first head of PR in March (PR Week, 13 March 1998).

Hempstead’s responsiblities include supporting Shell’s operations in

central and Eastern Europe and running the crisis management system.



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