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Clark Leaving Clark & Weinstock

Harry Clark, a founding partner in strategic communications firm Clark & Weinstock, is leaving the firm at the end of the year.

Paul Holmes

NEW YORK, November 26—Harry Clark, a founding partner in strategic communications firm Clark & Weinstock, is leaving the firm at the end of the year. Clark will be expanding his board involvement at e-Numerate Solutions, a financial software company based in Virginia, and may also provide advice to the United States government.
 
According to Clark, “It has been a wonderful fourteen year run - productive, successful and gratifying at many levels. I am leaving with true friendships intact, and with pride in helping to build a great firm with superb people and a bright future. This is the time for me to pursue some exciting new business ventures and to reengage in the public sector."
 
Beginning in January, Clark says, he will be expanding his board involvement with e-Numerate Solutions, and several other ventures. Working with Tom Bell, former chairman and CEO of Young & Rubicam, he will be exploring opportunities in the marketing services sector. He will also collaborate with Martin Puris, founder of Ammirati & Puris Advertising and now principal of a private equity fund, on a new venture in the consumer wireless space.
 
Clark & Weinstock, whjich is owned by Omnicom, provides strategic counsel on major reputational and positioning issues including: crisis management, acquisitions and mergers, legislative, regulatory and government developments, marketing trends and competitive positioning, and relations with the financial community and the national media. It has offices in New York and—under the leadership of former Congressmen Vin Weber and Vic Fazio—Washington, D.C.
 
Says Davis Weinstock, the firm's other co-founder, “Harry and I have been very fortunate in enjoying both a terrific partnership and our enduring friendship. I know that Harry will continue to be successful in every endeavor he undertakes. I'll miss his being here, as will all of our partners, consultants and administrators.”
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