Annette has been included on Debrett's 500 List, which recognises and celebrates the most influential people in the UK.
She is listed as one of 15 of the most influential people in advertising, marketing and PR.
Since joining OgilvyOne in 2000, Annette King has progressed through the ranks to become CEO of Ogilvy & Mather Group UK. She oversees the UK arm of the group that comprises 7 companies, working across a range of disciplines for clients including Amnesty International and American Express. She has described advertising as ‘art under pressure’ and says that one of her proudest projects was creating micro-chipped leaflets for Battersea Dogs Home, which meant that when the leaflet holder passed a digital poster, a dog appeared and followed them from billboard to billboard.