fbpx

Krupp Kommunications Appoints Lara Cohn as Vice President

by | Nov 28, 2017

Krupp Kommunications (K2), a full-service integrated marketing communications agency, announced that Lara Cohn has joined the agency as Vice President. Reporting directly to Founder and CEO Heidi Krupp, Cohn will be responsible for overseeing agency culture and operations, as well as leading and managing account teams for media relations, creative development and new business.

“Lara supports K2’s vision with her proven track record of developing and executing high-impact integrated marketing communications campaigns,” Krupp said. “Her journalism background, passion for good storytelling and focus on client’s needs will continue to elevate the agency’s growth.”

Prior to joining K2, Cohn, a 20+ year New York PR industry veteran, led teams and managed PR programs for a roster of iconic consumer and business brands including GlaxoSmithKline, Procter & Gamble, Reckitt Benckiser, Bayer, American Red Cross, CORE: Club, Wheels Up, Luxury Retreats, Liebherr, PetSmart and the world-renowned Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. Cohn began her communications career in television at NBC News.

“I was attracted to K2’s passion, philosophy, and culture. It’s inspiring to see how consciously connected to media and clients the entire team is,” Cohn said. “The agency has proven big results, and I look forward to playing a crucial role in K2’s continued growth and development.”

Daily PR Updates

Essential PR industry news, opinion, and analysis delivered to your inbox daily.

Bulldog Reporter
Bulldog Reporter is a leader in media intelligence supplying news, analysis and high-level training content to public relations and corporate communications professionals with the mission of helping these practitioners achieve superior competitive performance.

RECENT ARTICLES

UK businesses still failing to measure the impact of internal comms

UK businesses still failing to measure the impact of internal comms

A report last October from UK-based B2B tech PR consultancy ITPR found that UK businesses urgently needed to change their dated and restricted perceptions of the value and importance that the internal communication function brings to a business. And newly released...