Cognito expands to enhance services offered to existing clients in key areas: media relations, creative design, internal communications and strategy
Cognito is a specialist communications agency for the financial sector
London - 21 December 2004 - Cognito, the specialist financial and technology PR & marketing communications agency, today announced the expansion of its global services with the addition of three new members to its team of specialists. Cognito's clients include the London Stock Exchange, JPMorgan Chase, Trema, the leading provider of strategic software solutions for the financial industry and NeoNet, the electronic agency brokerage.
Chris Hall, an experienced industry journalist, has been appointed as Head of Media Relations where he will oversee all media services. Gabriela Ostrovsky will head up Cognito's new internal communications offering, coordinating several accounts and managing the executive training department. Chris O'Hare joins Cognito from the music industry as Creative Services Manager to head up the expanding design and creative services offering.
Speaking on the new appointments, Tom Coombes, Managing Director, Cognito, comments, "We are delighted to welcome the new additions to our team. These established communications professionals bring a depth of industry knowledge, which will be instrumental in enhancing our client offering going forward. They are key to our continued growth and the development of our services: media relations, marketing, strategy/planning, creative services and internal communications."
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