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Kering Reshuffles Corporate Communications Roles

The company has named regional heads for the Asia-Pacific region and Americas.

PARIS — Kering is reshuffling its corporate communications department, including naming regional heads for the Asia-Pacific region and Americas.

Charlotte Judet, previously corporate information director, has been named vice president of communications for Kering Asia Pacific, based in Hong Kong.

She will be succeeded by Paul Michon, the former head of press relations. He oversees press relations, digital monitoring and communications plus sustainability information.

Marie-Laure Vaganay has joined the firm as communications director for Kering Americas, based in New York. She was previously communications director for P&G France.

Cyril Cabellos has been named content and image director, responsible for Kering’s brand and corporate image. He was formerly head of image and editorial.

Hélène Saint-Raymond was named head of press relations, replacing Michon.

All the executives report to Louise Beveridge, Kering’s senior vice president of communications, and are effective immediately.