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Hill+Knowlton picks Oliver Stelling as Head of Strategic Consulting!

Oliver Stelling, Regional Director at Grayling Middle East, is to join Hill+Knowlton Strategies' Australia, Middle East, Africa, South & Central Asia (AMEASCA) regional management team as Head of Strategic Consulting.

Stelling's experience spans more than twenty years and includes managing senior client engagements across the Middle East at Grayling for the last two years following a period as an independent consultant. Prior to that, he ran Bates Pan Gulf's PR consultancy operations across the Middle East, following in senior management positions for Weber Shandwick in the Asia Pacific region.

Based out of H+K Strategies regional AMEASCA HQ in Dubai, his role will focus on providing strategic counsel to the C-Suite in corporate and senior government clients across the region. He will report directly to Dave Robinson, President & CEO of H+K Strategies AMEASCA.

His client experience covers a wide range of sectors and industries including government, energy, manufacturing, transport & logistics, automotive, real estate & construction and finance. He has advised CEOs and government leaders on corporate positioning, messaging, crisis & issues, internal communications and government relations, as well as work on transactions and regulatory issues.

Robinson said: "We have seen a significant increase in demand for strategic communications advisory work at the most senior level in client organisations and government ' where real depth and breadth of experience combined with global knowledge and measurable outcomes are the table stakes. Oliver brings 25 years of experience to the H+K Strategies team and is a senior consultant with truly multinational experience. He will lead our strategic offer to clients around the region working closely with our Global Advisory Council, the team from our research firm RDI (Research & Data Insights) and our regional client leaders. I look forward to welcoming Oliver to our team."

Stelling will begin working with Hill+Knowlton Strategies at the end of March.

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