More NewsExecs & Accounts for Monday July 16, 2007

Execs & Accounts for Monday July 16, 2007

Agency.com appoints a president in its New York office; Glam names Karin Marke VP of sales.

Agency.com named Riccardo Zane as president for its New York office. Zane joined the agency from Ogilvy One, where he was senior partner, client services director, running the consumer marketing practice in the interactive and CRM space.

In other Agency.com news, Energizer and the Komen Foundation tapped the firm to create a microsite in support of breast cancer awareness. The site was redesigned by the agency to allow visitors to show support for people battling breast cancer.

Glam Media hired Karin Marke as vice president of sales. The women’s web property created the position for Marke, who was previously vice president of sales for MySpace at Fox Interactive and will head sales for Glam Media for the western region.

Clear Ink named Tod Rathbone SVP of strategic planning. The digital marketing strategy and services firm hired Rathbone from a position as senior vice president of strategic planning and creative at McElroy Interactive.

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