C&W opens shop in San Francisco

SAN FRANCISCO: Cohn & Wolfe, one of the latecomers to the West Coast dot-com gold rush, has planted its flag in San Francisco’s fertile soil.

SAN FRANCISCO: Cohn & Wolfe, one of the latecomers to the West Coast dot-com gold rush, has planted its flag in San Francisco’s fertile soil.

SAN FRANCISCO: Cohn & Wolfe, one of the latecomers to the West

Coast dot-com gold rush, has planted its flag in San Francisco’s fertile

soil.



The firm formally opened its doors in the city by the bay earlier this

month, naming group VP Robin Kim to helm the new office. Among the C&W

clients expected to be serviced out of San Francisco are Chevron’s

global lubricants division, Deloitte & Touche, Hilton Hotels and

Starbucks.



According to C&W West Coast CEO Doug Buemi, the SF branch is expected to

contribute at least dollars 1 million in fee revenue to the agency in

2000.



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