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23.11.2010, 17:47
EHF restructures media and communications operations
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The European Handball Federation is pleased to announce a new name and structure for its Corporate Communications Department.
 

EHF restructures media and communications operations

Following a review of the management of its media and communications operations at its headquarters in Vienna, Austria, the European Handball Federation is pleased to announce a new name and structure for its Corporate Communications Department.

From 1 January 2011 the department will be renamed the “EHF Media and Communications Department”, reflecting the increasing importance of communications and public relations to the EHF as well as the federation’s work with the media. The newly structured department will form its own business unit, working across all of the federation’s activities.

The EHF has appointed a new Head of Media and Communications, JJ Rowland, who will take over responsibilities for the department from 1 December 2010. His first major task will be media coordination at the EHF Women’s European Championship, which takes place from 7 to 19 December 2010 in Denmark and Norway.

Rowland has worked with the European Handball Federation since 2002, and moves to the EHF from the federation’s marketing arm, EHF Marketing GmbH, where he has been working as Manager of the VELUX EHF Champions League FINAL4 since September 2009. He has been replaced by David Szlezak, a former captain of the Austrian national handball team, who has been working as a sports marketing manager at the top level of German handball since his retirement as a professional handball player.

Commenting on the changes at the EHF Office in Vienna, Michael Wiederer, EHF Secretary General, said: “The European Handball Federation places great importance not only on communication, whether this be online, in print or direct to stakeholders, but also on fostering a close and positive working relationship with the media. I am confident that these changes together with the appointment of new staff will enable us to drive forward this area of the federation’s business.”

The EHF Media and Communications Department will include five full-time staff members: JJ Rowland (Head of Media and Communications), Marsha Brown (Media and Communications Assistant), Richard Turner (Graphic Designer) and Peter Hofer (EHF Online Manager). A new position dealing specifically with media relations is to be advertised shortly.

Balázs Nemcsik, who has worked in the EHF’s corporate communications team for the past four years is to leave the EHF and takes up a new role as Secretary General of the Hungarian Handball Federation from the beginning of 2011.

Further information:

Balázs Nemcsik
EHF Corporate Communication
+43-1-80151-164
nemcsik@eurohandball.com


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