Allitt brings 25 years of experience in global communications across various industries. She joins ISS from Syngenta Group, headquartered in Switzerland, a global leader in agricultural technology and innovation with activities across more than 100 markets, where she held a number of global Head of Communications roles over the last 10 years.
Prior to joining Syngenta Group, Allitt held global communication roles at Shell International in the Netherlands, Jumeirah Group in the United Arab Emirates, and the Seven Television Network in Australia.
Speaking about her appointment, Allitt said: “I am delighted to join ISS at such an exciting time to develop and lead Group Communications. I look forward to supporting the delivery of the OneISS strategy, in an inspiring and engaging way, to our customers, colleagues, shareholders and society – and not least being a part of this great global people company with a purpose of connecting people and places to make the world work better.”
Jacob Aarup-Andersen, Group CEO of ISS World Services A/S, added: “I am very excited to welcome Nicki to ISS. As we continue to set a new and even more ambitious course for our efforts within communications, aligning it to the OneISS strategy, Nicki will play an important role in sharpening our position, profile, and reputation both internally and externally.”
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