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Author: Nicole Zerillo
NEW YORK: The Omnicom Group recently announced it would form G23 a new of female communications leaders to provide strategic solutions for clients who seek to reach female consumers, employees, or stakeholders. Drawn from agencies across its marketing disciplines, G23’s members include Marian Salzman, Porter Novelli CMO; Julie Winskie, Porter Novelli president and chief client officer; and Sharon Love, CEO of consumer marketing and communications TPN.
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