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W2O appoints Jennifer Gottlieb as president

She will take responsibility for W2O wcg, W2O twist and W2O pure

Jennifer GottliebDigital marketing communications network the W2O group has appointed its new president in the form of Jennifer Gottlieb, who becomes the first person to take on this newly-created role.

Gottlieb’s responsibilities will see her front three operating companies under the W2O umbrella - W2O wcg, W2O twist and W2O pure - and she will report to founder and chief executive officer Jim Weiss.

Commenting on the new appointment Weiss said: “Jennifer’s steady leadership, easy communication style, sense of fun, camaraderie and above all, her unwavering attention to client service and satisfaction have made us what we are today.

“She embodies our ‘Why’ completely and has earned the respect of all of us and the industry because she ‘makes it happen’ with an unusual mix of gritty, role-up-your sleeves determination and guts combined with class, humour and partnership.”

Gottlieb currently serves on the board of the AMIB, an organisation dedicated to developing assisted living facilities for the multiple-impaired and blind.

Prior to her new role, Gottlieb was director of the healthcare practice at Cohn & Wolfe and has held positions at Edelman and Golin.

26th January 2018

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