Working in Business Development, it’s hard to keep track of all the changes and the latest Movers and Shakers so here is a summary of October’s new appointments that we recommend you keep an eye on:
Claire Heys has been promoted to the new role of Brand Partnerships and Content Director at ITV. She previously held the role of Director of Commercial Brand Partnerships after joining in 2013 from Endemol UK.
Tara Honeywell has been appointed as Head of Corporate Partnerships at Barnardo’s. Previously the Managing Director of brand partnership agency, Mediator, Tara will focus on delivering strategic and creative partnerships for the charity.
Claire Sadler has been appointed Marketing Director at Direct Line for Business. Previously holding the position of Group Brand Director at BT, Claire will be responsible for leading marketing activity and will oversee the next phase of the brand’s “Winston Wolf” advertising campaign.
Hoover Candy Group have appointed Antony Peart as their new Director of Brand and Communications. Antony joins the group from his previous role as Head of Marketing at Ribble Cycles.
Alice Hawcroft has been appointed Head of Digital Partnerships at Eurostar. Alice previously held the position as Global Third-Party E-commerce Manager at The Body Shop.
Anheuser-Busch InBev appoints Tatiana Stadukhina as their new UK Marketing Director. Tatiana, who was most recently Stella Artois Brand Director for Europe, replaces Nick Robinson, who left AB InBev in July to become CMO of Kerry Foods.
Barclays UK has promoted Louise Pancott to Director of External Communications. Louise has spent the last seven years at Barclays and will now oversee all external communications and media relations for the bank’s wealth and investments, personal banking and mortgage divisions.
Carmen Rendell has been appointed Head of Marketing Activation for Jack Wills where she will be channel lead for social, PR, local marketing, email, events – driving customer engagement and brand loyalty
Andre Rickerby, formerly the Vice-President of Global Marketing at Etsy, has now joined Moonpig as their Chief Marketing Officer. His appointment comes weeks after the brands refresh, in which it has removed its cartoon pig from its brand identity, as well as the ‘.com’ from its name.
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