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Cognite grows accounts team

Karl Koch and Alina Negrea join as account managers

Cognite Karl KochLondon and Zurich-based healthcare strategy and communications firm Cognite has appointed two new account managers to its London office.

Karl Koch (pictured right) joins from Icuna, an Oxford-based digital marketing agency working in the pharmaceutical and healthcare sectors, where he served as a business development manager and account manager.

He also brings experience from Apple having worked in a business support role at the consumer electronics giant.

Cognite partner Lee Hurley said: “Karl's background at Apple and more recently a digital agency will be of great value in helping our clients succeed in the complex communications environment surrounding their breakthrough science and other brands.”

Cognite Alina NegreaAlso joining the agency as an account manager is Alina Negrea (pictured left) who most recently worked at Next Advertising, a TV, radio and digital production agency based in Romania, where she was an account manager and producer.

Hurley said: “Alina's eclectic background provides us with the broad experience we need to help our clients meet the diverse communication challenges they face.”

4th May 2016

From: Marketing

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