Chris Whalen is Kimberly-Clark’s new Global Media Director

Former OMD global account director Chris Whalen has been appointed Kimberly-Clark's new Global Media Director, as part of the company's executive changes that further enhance its focus on executing its global business plan and driving global expansion.

descarga (3)Kimberly-Clark has appointed Chris Whalen its new global media director. Former OMD global account director, Whalen will replace Mark Kaline, who left the company in July after six years in the role.

Kimberly-Clark’s brand portfolio includes well-known household products such as Keenex, Huggies, Andrex and Kotex. Its subsidiaries include Kimberly-Clark Health Care and Kimberly-Clark professional.

The firm’s global media is handled by WPP’s Mindshare, while its global advertising account is held by JWT. The company has a market cap of US $41.5bn as of May this year and is listed among the Fortune 500.
Earlier this year, Elane Stock replace Christian Brickman as group president of Kimberly-Clark International and Kim Underhill appointed as president of Kimberly-Clark Professional.


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