Frank Klaas resigns role of director of communications at Opel/Vauxhall July 05, 2010 by Simon Miller , Be the first to comment Frank Klaas has stepped down as director of communications at Opel/Vauxhall. Susanne Wegerhoff, who has been vice-president of Opel communications since February this year, will take on his responsibilities. News Stepping up: Susanne Wegerhoff Klaas joined in 2002 as director of communication for Opel/Vauxhall and spent two years as a general director corporate communications for General Motors Europe from 2007 before returning to Opel. Neither General Motors nor Opel would comment on the reasons behind Klaas’ departure but it is understood that there will be no new positions created as a result of Klass’ departure. More... Jaguar Land Rover gives Fiona Pargeter top global comms role Jaguar Land Rover's Simon Warr has departed to make way for new global comms chief More on this Topic Ogilvy EMEA MD and former Gordon Brown aides moves to WPP government practice In brief: Alsén leaves Burson, investment at Ramarketing, Another Word signs for UK Mail, Heavyweight hires Hotwire brings on John Mahoney as first chief client officer Alan Edwards inducted into PRWeek UK Hall of Fame by star client Roger Daltrey Edelman calls for new set of PR ethics standards post-Bell Pottinger Have you registered with us yet? Register now to enjoy more articles and free email bulletins Register Already registered? Sign in Would you like to post a comment?Please Sign in or register.