Cohn & Wolfe
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|Founded||Atlanta, Georgia, United States (1970)|
|Headquarters||New York City|
|Parent||Young & Rubicam|
Cohn & Wolfe is a global communications & public relations firm renowned for its breakthrough creativity, award-winning brand marketing and world-class digital & social media campaigns. It is part of Young & Rubicam and part of WPP.
In 1970 Cohn & Wolfe was founded by Bob Cohn and Norman Wolfe in Atlanta, Georgia.
In 1999 the firm managed the campaign for Paxil, a drug produced by GlaxoSmithKline. The firm also ran a publicity campaign on social anxiety disorder which made Paxil the world's top-selling anti-depressant.
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- Riggs, Thomas (2006). "Cadbury Schweppes American Beverages". Encyclopedia of major marketing campaigns 2. Gale Group. pp. 240–242. ISBN 9780787673567. — Cohn & Wolfe's campaign for Diet Rite