Exposure suffers joint CEO walkout

LOS ANGELES: The joint CEOs of creative agency Exposure in Los Angeles have quit – and taken the marcoms and PR account for Jaguar with them.

The exit of Chris Stephenson, who only set up the office in January, and Pat Devereux, who joined in April, leaves Exposure with just three design staff in LA.

London-based Exposure joint MD Raoul Shah said he had taken ‘legal advice’ over the departures but all issues had now been ‘resolved’.

Neither Stephenson nor Devereux could be contacted. Exposure is to open a New York office in January.

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