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Ethiopian Airlines announces new manager for the UK

Posted 18 February 2020 · Add Comment

Ethiopian Airlines Group has welcomed Sally Peters as newly appointed PR manager for the UK.

 

Sally Peters joined Ethiopian Airlines on 3rd February 2020 further strengthening the UK marketing team at their London offices in Chiswick.

 

Michael Yohannes UK Country Manager for Ethiopian Airlines said: “We are delighted to have Sally join our team here in the UK. She brings with her such a wealth of valuable experience and a network of industry connections. We are excited to expand our team and continue to grow passenger numbers and increase awareness of our brand.”

 

Commenting on her appointment Peters said: “I am delighted and very excited to be working with Ethiopian Airlines.  I have admired the growth of the airline over the years and look forward to working with the team with my PR & Marketing experience to promote the airline and its brand in the future.”

 

Peters will for the next month work alongside the airline’s PR and Marketing agency, Small World Marketing who have over the last four years successfully managed the trade marketing and consumer PR function for the UK. This partnership will come to an end in February when Peters will manage these functions.

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