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Weber Shandwick Asia-Pac Digital Lead Jumps To Edelman

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Weber Shandwick Asia-Pacific digital lead Matthew Gain is leaving the agency to join Edelman. His move is effective this July, and he will be leading Edelman’s digital business in Australia.

Gain worked with clients MasterCard, Procter & Gamble, Vodafone and Samsung at Weber Shandwick. His career includes stints as consumer PR manager at Microsoft and roles with Edelman UK and Ogilvy PR Australia.

Edelman named Michelle Hutton CEO of Edelman Australia earlier this month. Hutton was previously with Hill & Knowlton.

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Edelman Names H&K Vet Michelle Hutton CEO of Edelman Australia

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Michelle Hutton will join Edelman Australia as Chief Executive Officer, effective June 1.

Hutton [pictured] joins Edelman after fifteen years with Hill & Knowlton, where she most recently was Chief Executive, Australasia. Hutton also led the brand marketing communication practice for H&K across Asia Pacific.

In addition, Alexandra Kelly will join Edelman Sydney as General Manager on June 1. Kelly joins from Weber Shandwick, where she was Head of Client Services for Australia.

An Edelman spokesperson tells PRNewser, “What put this all in motion was our current Managing Director for Australia, Amanda Little, asking if she could spend more time with her family and continue to do great work with us. So, effective 1 June, Amanda will start and lead our national Sustainability Practice. This practice is one of our key APAC regional initiatives.”