Katya Linossi

Katya Linossi

Head of creative services

Katya Linossi is head of Loud & Clear, the creative services division of ClearPeople.

Linossi co-founded ClearPeople Ltd in 2003 and has been instrumental in the delivery of ClearPeople’s website services since that time. 

She has over 15 years extensive international experience in both marketing and technical roles for software companies and has also managed large web-based projects and teams for blue chip clients like Microsoft and Ford.

Linossi holds a Bachelor of Commerce and Honours in Marketing, as well as a Master’s in Business Administration from the University of Warwick.

 

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