Google appoints new CEO in Germany

Tue 16 June 2009 15:58, Editors

Google appoints new CEO in Germany

It took them two years, but Google has finally appointed Country Director Agencies in Germany. 40 year old Lars Lehne will take Holger Meyer's place who left Google in August 2007.

In the two year gap Philipp Schindler, Google's European chef, had taken on some of the tasks. The appointment makes Lehne the second in line with Google after CEO Stefan Tweraser.

Lehne says he wants to focus more on the agencies: "I want to help Google understand the agencies a little bit more". With his Agency-background he hopes to be able to narrow the gap between Google and the agencies. Lehne worked for GroupM and Maxus Communications before joining Google.

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