BORDER LINES: PALO ALTO: Pforzheimer joins Edelman

The head of the Weber Group’s Silicon Valley office, Harry Pforzheimer, is leaving to take up an equivalent post at Edelman PR Worldwide. As general manager, he will report to Edelman’s hi-tech global practice head, Paul Bergevin, and oversee the firm’s 40-strong staff based in Palo Alto, California. The responsibilities that will be taken over by Pforzheimer were previously handled by Bergevin alongside his existing global role. Pforzheimer worked at the Weber Group for two years. Clients of Edelman’s Silicon Valley office include software giant Microsoft and Apple Computer.

The head of the Weber Group’s Silicon Valley office, Harry

Pforzheimer, is leaving to take up an equivalent post at Edelman PR

Worldwide. As general manager, he will report to Edelman’s hi-tech

global practice head, Paul Bergevin, and oversee the firm’s 40-strong

staff based in Palo Alto, California. The responsibilities that will be

taken over by Pforzheimer were previously handled by Bergevin alongside

his existing global role. Pforzheimer worked at the Weber Group for two

years. Clients of Edelman’s Silicon Valley office include software giant

Microsoft and Apple Computer.



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