Moves/Jobs/Mandates
Infinite Spada hires former Linklaters global head of corporate communications
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Thursday, 18 December 2014 11:35

Bruce_W.JPGInternational professional services communications consultancy, Infinite Spada has hired former Linklaters global head of corporate communications, Bruce Wraight, as a director.

His is the first senior hire to be made by the new firm, which is based in London, New York and San Francisco, since 1 October, when it announced the full merger between the UK’s Spada, founded by Gavin Ingham Brooke, and the US’s Infinite, founded by Jamie Diaferia.

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Landor France MD to head up Switzerland offices, as well
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Monday, 15 December 2014 11:19

Luc_Speisser_casual_HD.JPEGLandor has announced that Luc Speisser, managing director of Landor France, has been entrusted with the direction of Landor Switzerland, based in Geneva.

"Luc is a rare breed – a gifted practitioner and also a strong leader. During his three years at the Paris helm, he's built a strong team, some fabulous, enduring client relationships and an enviable creative reputation. It is natural that we would want his talents to be deployed on a larger canvas so we are delighted that, in addition to his Paris duties, he has taken on responsibility for our Geneva operation,” says Jane Geraghty, EMEA president of Landor.

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The International Communications Consultancy Organisation appoints new global general manager
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Thursday, 11 December 2014 10:47

Binta.JPGFormer PRCA groups manager Binta Kristin Hammerich takes on new global role

The International Communications Consultancy Organisation has appointed Binta Kristin Hammerich as its new Global General Manager, commencing on 1 January 2015.

Hammerich will be replacing former GM Anastasia Tole, who has successfully run the Organisation since 2012.

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Limited Space Media Group announces senior management restructure and new appointments
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Tuesday, 02 December 2014 16:34

Matt_Gordon.jpgAs part of its growth strategy, Limited Space Media Group has announced the restructuring of its senior management team, with the promotion of Matt Gordon to group CEO, alongside several other major appointments at group level.

Gordon, previously group chief operations officer, will succeed Robert Lomnitz as group CEO from 1 December 2014. Robert Lomnitz has been appointed chairman of the board and will continue to assist executive management in the development of group strategy, corporate matters and acquisitions.

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Oxford Union appoints new comms director
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Wednesday, 19 November 2014 15:02

valentine.jpgThe Oxford Union has appointed Daniel Valentine as its new director of communications. Daniel had been serving as interim director of communications since June. Previously, Valentine worked for Citibank, UBS, MyTravel plc and Thomas Cook plc in both crisis communications and business-as-usual roles, the Oxford Union is one of the world’s premier venues for speeches and debates.

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Former Saatchi art director to lead Bite’s fight against content pollution
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Thursday, 06 November 2014 17:03

Rory_Bite.JPGRory Woods appointed head of Bite’s newly formed Content Lab

Former Saatchi art director Rory Woods has joined Bite to lead its newly formed Content Lab and spearhead the fight against content pollution. Under the leadership of Woods, the Content Lab will be a hotbed for new ideas in the creation of emotive and engaging branded content.

The Content Lab combines editorial specialists with creative, design, video and planning experts, and provides a complete brand and content marketing offering. It will be a place to experiment with storytelling to find new and creative ways for brands to reach people.

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mySupermarket appoints Ketchum's Rafi Mendelsohn
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Monday, 03 November 2014 10:41

Rafi_Mendelsohn.jpgKetchum's head of speaker bureau, Rafi Mendelsohn, has made the move to the supermarket shopping and comparison website mySupermarket as head of PR and marketing.

Rafi had been a member of the global firm's corporate, tech and public affairs team since early 2010 working on some of the agency's biggest clients including IBM, Nissan and Philips. For the past two years he has headed up the speaker bureau service, supporting client thought leadership through conference speaker placement, a service he grew 60% in revenue terms in under two years.

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Bell Pottinger confirms top team promotions
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Thursday, 16 October 2014 11:01

David_Wilson.jpgBell Pottinger today announces a series of senior promotions and the recruitment of a new partner to strengthen its top management team. They are:

  • David Wilson is to become chairman of our Bell Pottinger Consumer business, working with Will Powell, the managing director, and the team to drive even greater, accelerated growth moving forward. David will maintain his other responsibilities as group managing director
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Mediaworks strengthened with appointment of new business director Darryl Sparey
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Monday, 06 October 2014 11:24

Darryl.jpgIt is an exciting time for Mediaworks as the company looks to tap into more markets by appointing Darryl Sparey as one of two new business directors.

Darryl joins the company with over 15 years of sales experience, which includes over five years as the group new business director at leading business information group Precise. At Mediaworks, he will be responsible for growing the business in London and the south of the UK.

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Dogs Trust appoints new marketing director
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Thursday, 25 September 2014 08:50

Nick_Daniel.jpgDogs Trust, the UK’s largest dog welfare charity, is delighted to announce that Nicholas Daniel has been appointed as the new Dogs Trust marketing director.

Nick brings with him an abundance of knowledge and experienced amounted over years working at the forefront of charity fundraising. Prior to his latest role, Nick spent nine years as the RSPCA’s head of individual giving and legacies where he is credited with tripling the size of the regular giving database. He then went on to work with The Gate as a senior planner; developing strategies for a wide range of major companies and charities such as Diabetes UK, Scope and The Royal British Legion, where he helped the charity revitalise their annual Poppy Appeal.

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