Filament hires new president amid staff turnover at web marketing, design shop
News | 05/03/2001 4:00 am EDT
The recent exodus of several high-profile staff at Filament Communications Inc isn’t indicative of larger problems at the Ottawa-based web company, according to its founder Alfredo Coppola. Two partners at the web site design and marketing shop and several high-level creative staff including a senior designer have resigned over the past five months. The company will also have a new president starting May 9, when former Corel and Hill and Knowlton executive Kim Dixon takes over from Ryan Barresi, who will continue on as CEO, Canadian NEW MEDIA has learned.
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