Corey V. Panno, a seasoned, 19 year executive of Telmar, takes the helm of the Telmar US and Canadian companies. Telmar’s previous President of North America, Craig Gugel has moved to the ARF.
“The ad industry is in rapid transformation to a digital reality in an economic environment where productivity, efficiency, mobility and technological creativity are essential to business success. In selecting Mr. Panno to lead Telmar’s North American division, our clients will receive the software solutions and uncompromising product quality and services they need to be successful in these challenging times,” said Stan Federman, Telmar Group Chairman & CEO.
Mr. Panno started his career in media planning for J. Walter Thompson USA and then Bristol-Myers Squibb. He joined Telmar in 1989 as an Account Executive, and was promoted through the positions of Manager of Client Services, Director of Product Quality and Production, and the corporate position of Global Director of IT and Product Design.
Over his many years with the Company, Mr. Panno has contributed to Telmar’s growth in the design and development of Telmar’s unique software distribution system, eTelmar, and many of Telmar’s software and data management products and services, including the recent design and development of Telmar’s ReSearch Guru System. Mr. Panno is a member of the senior management team for Telmar’s parent company, Telmar Group Inc.
Mr. Panno reports directly to the Chairman & CEO of Telmar Group Inc.
Telmar’s North American Division is a leading center of media research serving the world’s largest advertising marketplace with the most diverse number of media alternatives and the most rapid technology developments in computer, internet and data technologies. It is also the oldest Telmar Division with the largest number of Telmar clients.
Telmar Group Inc. is the world’s leading media planning and analysis software company. Telmar serves over 5,000 users including the world’s leading advertising agencies, advertisers, broadcasters, internet providers, publishers, out-of-home operators, media sales houses and researchers from offices in London, Paris, New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, Amsterdam, Brussels, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Beijing, Warsaw, Johannesburg and Cape Town.