Ogilvy Names an Insider to Fill a Top Creative Role

Corinna Falusi rises to CCO of New York

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Corinna Falusi is rising to New York chief creative officer at Ogilvy & Mather, filling a vacancy left by last summer's exit of Calle Sjöenell.

Falusi, an executive creative director who has led creative on brands like Coca-Cola, Fanta, Ikea, Spotify and, most recently, Coke Zero, is the first major leadership change by Chris Garbutt, the CCO at Ogilvy & Mather East, who assumed his cross-disciplinary job a year ago. Garbutt previously had been CCO of Ogilvy France, where he played a pivotal role in creating global campaigns for Coca-Cola, and came to the U.S.



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