Porsche Announces Transfer of Responsibilities in PR Department

Posted on 19. Jan, 2011 by in Porsche Canada

Steve Janisse named General Manager; Bernd Harling becomes Principal Communications Counsel

ATLANTA – Jan 19, 2011 – Today, Porsche Cars North America (PCNA) announced a appointment of Steve Janisse to General Manager, Public Relations, effective Feb 1, 2011. Reporting to Detlev von Platen, President and CEO of PCNA, Janisse will manage all media and open relations, as good as amicable media, inner communications and product placement. Janisse had led a media family group during Porsche for a final 18 months. Prior to that, he had spent 10 years of his career in several PR functions in a U.S. and Europe with General Motors and Saab.

Bernd Harling, Porsche’s GM of Public Relations for a past 7 years, will sojourn with Porsche in a newly combined duty as Principal Communications Counsel. Harling, also stating to von Platen, will especially concentration on assisting to lift a prominence and raise a aptitude of Porsche among opinion moulding stakeholders in Porsche’s vital markets. In addition, he will work towards an softened synchronization of Porsche’s companywide communications efforts.

Porsche’s updated media and open family contacts are:

Steve Janisse
General Manager, Public Relations

Gary Fong
Product Communications Manager, Cayenne/Panamera

Dave Engelman
Product Communications Manager, Sports Cars

Tony Fouladpour
Business Communications Manager

Angie Reevers
Corporate Communications Manager

Robin Baker
PR Specialist

Bernd Harling
Principal Communications Counsel


About Porsche Cars North America, Inc

A unconditionally owned, surreptitious auxiliary of Dr. Ing.h.c.F.Porsche, Porsche Cars North America, Inc. and a 197 dealers offer U.S. business some of a many technically modernized and high-performance vehicles in a world. Porsche cars are synonymous with autarchic peculiarity accompanied by first-class patron treatment. Also, Porsche is entirely and publicly committed to being a personality in significantly obscure emissions, and saving fuel. The company’s running tenet is “Porsche Intelligent Performance” and a idea is to infer that Porsche’s high opening and potency are not paradoxical terms. This is zero new for Porsche, that for 63 years has grown countless technologies that have modernized automobile performance, softened reserve and spurred environmental innovations. Obviously, one expects such achievements from a many worshiped competition automobile code in a universe — one that has amassed some-more than 30,000 motorsport victories. Today, PCNA imports a cars that are a product of this good history, including a iconic 911 series, a eminent Boxster and Cayman mid-engine sports cars, a high-end Cayenne competition application vehicles and a four-door Panamera Gran Turismo cars.

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