Chris Parry quits as Triangle chief after dispute with Twittey

Chris Parry, the new group chief executive of Triangle, has walked out of the agency after just three months due to a difference of opinion with its founder and chairman, Kevin Twittey.

Chris Parry, the new group chief executive of Triangle, has walked

out of the agency after just three months due to a difference of opinion

with its founder and chairman, Kevin Twittey.



His departure draws to a close his third job in less than a year. Last

July he was moved from his position as chairman of FCA! to become the

chief executive of sister agency Publicis Dialog. He quit that job after

seven months and took the Triangle role one month later.



Parry would not be drawn on the nature of the difference of opinion,

though a personality clash with Twittey is thought to be a key

factor.



Parry said: ’This is actually a very positive thing for me. It has

helped me concentrate my mind on what I want to do in the future. One

thing is clear: I want to work with somebody, rather than for somebody.

I have had a number of conversations with potential backers and I’m

certainly not looking to just take a job as chairman of a blah agency.’



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