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Christophe Ginisty Departs Edelman

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Holmes Report 18 Nov 2012

PARIS—French entrepreneur and technology public relations expert Christophe Ginisty has left his role as deputy managing director, European technology, digital evangelist and business development at Edelman.

Ginisty, founder of French tech PR firm Rumeur Publique and of Internet sans Frontières, an NGO that promotes and defends freedom of expression on the internet, joined Edelman in May of last year, reporting to Jonathan Hargreaves, head of technology, EMEA and Marshall Manson, head of digital, EMEA.

Based in Paris, he led new business for both the technology and digital practices across the EMEA network.

He says he expects to announce plans for his next venture in December.
 

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