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Pead PR food team appointments

9 April, 2014

Pead PR food team appointments

Auckland-based independent brand PR consultancy Pead PR has deepened its expertise in the food industry with the appointment of Kim Doran and Victoria Haysom to roles on its food team.

Kim Doran has extensive experience in the food and hospitality industry having led communications at Beef and Lamb NZ with projects including the Iron Maidens and the Beef and Lamb excellence awards.

The agency has also bolstered its nutrition expertise with the appointment of Victoria Haysom.

A B.Sc. graduate of Massey University, Victoria majored in Human Nutrition and Psychology. She has a number of post graduate qualifications in food handling, PR management and social media marketing

Victoria is a junior account executive and joins Pead PR from nutrition and social media management roles at Nutz Ltd as well as a one year internship with the NZ Nutrition Foundation.

Deborah Pead says, “Pead PR has long been respected as home to one of the country’s leading food and drink communications team. This is a sector where industry relationships and deep sector knowledge are highly valued. The appointment of Kim and Victoria continues to build an experienced team to ensure we continue to deliver in the category.”

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