BORDER LINES: B-M boosts German public affairs

BERLIN: Burson-Marsteller has boosted the number of personnel in its German public affairs operation. The agency last week saw the arrival of Armin Huttenlocher, who becomes the 12th member of a lobbying team scattered throughout Hamburg, Berlin - where the new parliament building recently opened - and Frankfurt. Huttenlocher is now responsible for clients in the metal and internet sectors and will report to office chief Sšnke Nissen. Huttenlocher will also be responsible for overseeing the Dockeleven.com account, which plans to set up an entertainment portal for independent music.

BERLIN: Burson-Marsteller has boosted the number of personnel in

its German public affairs operation. The agency last week saw the

arrival of Armin Huttenlocher, who becomes the 12th member of a lobbying

team scattered throughout Hamburg, Berlin - where the new parliament

building recently opened - and Frankfurt. Huttenlocher is now

responsible for clients in the metal and internet sectors and will

report to office chief Sšnke Nissen. Huttenlocher will also be

responsible for overseeing the Dockeleven.com account, which plans to

set up an entertainment portal for independent music.



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