Former Pleon UK CEO resurfaces at Mmd in Budapest

Former Pleon UK CEO Jennifer Paavola has resurfaced as a director in Mmd's Budapest office.

Mmd new recruit: Jennifer Paavola
Mmd new recruit: Jennifer Paavola

Paavola left Pleon UK last October citing personal and professional reasons. She held the position for two years.

Paavola will oversee Mmd’s key client programme, which provides pan-regional strategic and creative consulting. She will also be building and running consulting practices and programmes. 

A US citizen, Paavola was based in London for the past eight years. She has also worked at Ketchum in the US and in-house as director of marketing and corporate communications for iGATE, a global IT services and outsourcing company.

This follows the news that Mmd is to merge with sister companies Trimedia and Grayling to create a new global public relations and public affairs firm.

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