Diego Scotti Is Leaving the CMO Role at Verizon

He's departing to 'explore new challenges'

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Diego Scotti has been the chief marketing officer at Verizon for eight years, notching to multiple Cannes Lions wins and leading Super Bowl campaigns. Now, Scotti has announced that he will leave Verizon to focus on another yet-to-be-named venture.

In an internal memo obtained by Adweek, Scotti said he is building a new chapter in his career and looking to explore new challenges, and that the company wishes him all the best in the future.

“We have benefited from having Diego as our CMO during a time of critical importance for our company; his impact on our brand and our business has been immense.

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