Cohn & Wolfe Reshuffles Tech Leadership After Carasso Exit
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Cohn & Wolfe Reshuffles Tech Leadership After Carasso Exit

Cohn & Wolfe has moved to reshuffle leadership of its technology practice following last month’s departure of Claudio Carasso, who held global responsibility for the unit.

Paul Holmes

SAN FRANCISCO: Cohn & Wolfe has moved to reshuffle leadership of its technology practice following last month’s departure of Claudio Carasso, who held global responsibility for the unit.

 

Carasso, said Cohn & Wolfe global CEO Donna Imperato, had left the agency to “pursue new challenges.” Carasso’s exit comes after other senior departures from the agency in recent months, including UK CEO Fiona Noble, senior director Mark Cater and Spain MD Rose De La Pascua.

 

Earlier this year, meanwhile, subsidiary tech brand Axicom lost its North American president when Kelly McGinnis departed to take on the VP of global comms role at Dell.

 

Imperato said that Bob Osmond would lead the US tech practice, in conjunction with Greg Dvorken, In Europe, she added, the firm can call on Axicom, which remains headquartered in London.

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