Global Agency Business Report 2015
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In the second year of a three-year plan, talent-focused Porter Novelli made a number of impressive additions to personnel in 2014.
Porter Novelli continued to ramp up its bench strength with a number of UK appointments. Fenella Grey was promoted to MD of the London office in mid 2014. Prior to joining the agency, she spent six years at Freud Communications in London. Nicole Yost signed on as UK head of health and wellness, based in London. Yost joined from Ogilvy Healthworld. Steve Loynes, formerly MD of technology at Hill+Knowlton Strategies, joined Porter as director and head of the UK technology practice.
Porter Novelli kicked off 2015 promoting Angie Schneider to president of the Asia-Pacific region, based out of Singapore. Since joining the firm in 2000, Schneider had served as MD of the Seattle office for seven years and also as global client relationship leader for several of the agency’s top accounts. Derrick Koh joined Porter Novelli as SVP and deputy MD of the Singapore office. Prior to that, Koh worked at Lenovo and Edelman Singapore.