Pippa Glucklich is leaving Amplifi UK after 18 months, as part of a string of senior departures from Dentsu Aegis Network this week.
She joined the media investment arm of Dentsu Aegis as chief executive in April 2018, having left her role as UK chief executive of Publicis Media agency Starcom in 2017.
It is not known if Glucklich is leaving to join another company.
Glucklich’s exit follows a number of senior people leaving the business this week: Gyro chair Kate Howe is joining MSQ Partners in February; Dentsu global creative chief executive Dick van Motman is departing at the end of the year; and iProspect global president Ruth Stubbs is to become EMEA chief executive of Wavemaker in early 2020.
At Amplifi, Glucklich led a team of about 200 people and was responsible for investment, media partnerships, programmatic and branded content. Her remit was to make the business more client-centric.
Before Amplifi, Glucklich spent five years at Starcom, where she led the agency to win accounts including Lidl, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles and Visa.
Dentsu Aegis declined to comment at time of writing.