One Green Bean CEO Claire Salvetti Announces Departure

One Green Bean CEO Claire Salvetti Announces Departure

One Green Bean’s CEO Claire Salvetti is set to exit the company at the end of the year.

Salvetti will be relocating to Spain to be with her partner Nic Taylor, who B&T yesterday announced was appointed as the CEO of DDB’s C14torce.

Salvetti joined the Havas owned agency as managing director in 2015, taking over from Carl Ratcliffe as CEO last September.

Havas Group ANZ chairman Anthony Freedman said: “Naturally Claire will join Nicole in Barcelona, but we are very pleased that she will remain in her current role in Australia until the end of the year.

“This gives us plenty of time to find an equally outstanding replacement, and we are also fortunate that the circumstances that have prompted her move allow her to play an active role in that process.

 “Claire is an outstanding leader who has contributed enormously to OGB and the wider Havas Village over the past four years.

“When the time eventually comes we will be very sad to see her go, but wish both her, Nicole and her family all the best for their move.  

Salvetti said she was “sad to leave” OGB, but it was “the right decision” for her family.

She added: “There’s a first-class leadership team at OGB, a fantastic culture and new and long-standing clients that we’re doing great work for.

“I’m looking forward to continuing that for the next six months, and have every confidence that will continue after I leave.”

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