The World: Paris - Ogilvy Group appoints Natalie Rastoin French COO

Natalie Rastoin has been appointed the chief operating officer of the Ogilvy Group in France.

Rastoin will fill a new position created by the president of the group, Daniel Sicori, and will be charged with boosting the group's growth in France, where it has clients including Unilever, Ford, Nestle IBM and Perrier.

She will also be responsible for integrating all communication activities and supervising international accounts.

Rastoin was previously the president of Ogilvy & Mather's creative department. Bernard Burea, formerly O&M's vice-president and creative director, will fill this role.

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