Hotwire founder Kristin Syltevik set to leave

Hotwire's chairman is leaving the business she launched 12 years ago.

Leaving: Kristin Syltevik
Leaving: Kristin Syltevik

Kristin Syltevik is set to leave the company at the end of July. Hotwire is not looking to replace her.

Hotwire Group CEO Brendon Craigie said: ‘I’ve been fortunate to work with Kristin from the beginning and wish her the very best of luck with her next venture.

‘She has helped build an incredible PR consultancy, and a very experienced global management team, and she leaves the company in great shape.’

Before establishing Hotwire, Syltevik was MD of Shandwick’s technology practice in Europe.

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