Hugo Boss head of corporate communications steps down
Hugo Boss has announced that its head of corporate communications Hjördis Kettenbachis has decided to leave the business at the end of September.
Kettenbach has worked with Hugo Boss for more than twenty years and is responsible for the company’s global corporate communication activities as well as its international arts sponsorship programme.
Yves Müller, spokesperson of the managing board of Hugo Boss, said:.”We would like to thank Hjördis Kettenbach for her many years of strong commitment to our company. We wish her continued success and all the best for her personal and professional future.”
Kettenbach added.”I am very pleased to having served this great company for more than two decades in such a prominent position. I will always remain connected to Hugo Boss. Now a new task awaits me, which I am also very much looking forward to.”
She will be succeeded by Carolin Westermann who will take up her new role on 1 October. In her new position, Westermann will report to Christian Stöhr who is being promoted to the role of senior head of investor relations and corporate communications.
Westermann joined Hugo Boss in 2013 and since then has worked in various roles aross the corporate communications, corporate responsibility and sponsorship functions.
Müller added: “I am pleased that with Carolin Westermann, we can appoint an excellent internal candidate to the position of head of corporate communications. She draws on long Hugo Boss experience and brings outstanding expertise in the area of corporate communications”.
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