Weber Shandwick's Nicola Pallett moves on to Corporate Research Forum

Weber Shandwick's head of marketing and comms has left, in what is thought to have been a redundancy.

Weber Shandwick: Nicola Pallett moves on
Weber Shandwick: Nicola Pallett moves on

Nicola Pallett left Weber Shandwick earlier this month and has taken on a new role as head of marketing and comms at Corporate Research Forum.

Pallett joins after working at Weber Shandwick for four years.

Pallett was unavailable for comment, and Weber Shandwick EMEA CEO Colin Byrne declined to comment on ‘internal staffing issues’.

Pallett formerly worked at The Brand Union for three years.

The move follows the departure of Weber Shandwick vice-chairman Fiona Noble, after two years at the agency.

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