Baldwin Boyle director Graeme McMillan steps down to take inhouse job with Fonterra

Jonathan Underhill
Wed, 29 Nov 2017

By Jonathan Underhill Nov. 29 (BusinessDesk) - Graeme McMillan has stepped down from the board of Baldwin Boyle Group (BBG), the Auckland-based firm that has long handled Fonterra Cooperative Group's communications, to take up a full-time position with the dairy company. McMillan, a veteran of the communications industry, stepped down as a director of BBG this month after 26 years with the firm. He joined in 1991 and most recently led Fonterra's farmer shareholder communications. He is now senior business partner, communications, at Fonte...

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