Wieden + Kennedy London fires partner, chief strategy officer and 10-year veteran Paul Colman ~ agency statement cites 'corrective action'

Adweek in the US reports that, this week, Wieden + Kennedy London has fired chief strategy officer Paul Colman (pictured), a global partner who spent more than 10 years with the agency.

"I can confirm that Paul Colman will no longer be working at W+K London," an agency spokesperson told AdWeek.

The representative declined to elaborate on the reasons for Colman's abrupt departure but provided the following statement: "W+K does not tolerate harassment of any kind. If harassment or inappropriate conduct is reported, a timely investigation is conducted, and if a violation is found to have occurred, appropriate corrective action is taken."

"We also do not comment on internal matters," she added.

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