Iain Hunter
London & South East

 

PROFILE

Iain Hunter
NXD Non-Exec

Iain has spent his career working in the marketing and branding business in Hong Kong, Sydney, Melbourne, New York and, for the past 2+ years, back in London. He has worked with some of the world’s largest brands such as American Express, Hyatt International, DuPont, Kimberly-Clarke, Coca-Cola, American Red Cross, Dove and AT&T to name a few. He built a significant national agency network with annual billings of $110million in Australia and, before launching management consultancy HS Dominion in New York in January 2009 and in London in June 2011, brought an enhanced creative services delivery model to WPP’s OgilvyOne global client roster.

Under his consultancy’s umbrella, Iain provides expertise across all aspects of the marketing, branding and communications arena as well as board level general business management. In addition to working with clients across many channels and disciplines on both sides of the Atlantic (and further afield), HS Dominion has been a partner to Austrade, the Australian Trade Commission and UK Trade and Investment.

Beyond his business life, Iain is a Board Member of The Maktaba Project (www.maktabaproject.org), a US-based not-for-profit promoting literacy and providing educational opportunities for children and their families in rural Tanzania. Previously he held a 5 year tenure as Board Chairman of the advisory board of the New York based International Theatre Literacy Project (www.itlp.org) which promotes English literacy in young students in developing countries through theatre playwriting workshops.

SPECIALIST QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Business Development
  • Human Resources
  • Operations and Production
  • Sales & Marketing
SECTORS:

  • Advertising, PR & Media
  • Business & Financial Services
  • Charities, Social Enterprise & Not for Profit
  • IT, Telecomms & Technology
  • Leisure & Tourism
  • Retail & Consumer Goods
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