Movers & Groovers
CarKeys.co.uk has announced the expansion of its senior team, as Chris Smith becomes Head of Carkeys.co.uk and Sean Harris joins the team as Commercial Operations [more…]
Liz will be responsible for developing the commercial marketing strategy, using her extensive content, research and product knowledge to bring to life its brands and audiences. Currently Publisher on Bauer Media’s music, film and maturity markets, she has been instrumental in recent innovations such as the launch of Empire Live – a three-day immersive movie and entertainment event.
Independent agency Toucan has appointed Kevin Frost, formerly Group Creative Director at Momentum London. Frost has over 25 years experience within network and boutique agencies including Arc/Leo Burnett, FCB, LoweOpen and most recently Momentum London.
He was one of the founding partners of MullenLowe Open (formerly LoweOpen) where he was responsible for building the creative department and winning new clients such as Morrisons and SC Johnson. Within his time at FCB he established and built the shopper proposition across the Beiersdorf business within the UK and Northern Europe, along with launching the new look Lloyds Pharmacy European network and roll out.
Adele’s appointment will see her take responsibility of key account management for the group, with an initial responsibility of reviewing the existing structure, to ultimately help maximise the commercial value of the agency’s client relationships.
Adele joins the company from Lieberman Research Worldwide where she was Vice President, Managing Director. Prior to Lieberman she was UK Commercial Director at YouGov plc.
Morar has grown by 150% since joining the Next15 Group in December 2014. Now 25-strong, the company was founded a decade ago by two former Interbrand consultants, Roger Perowne and Alistair Cunningham, and acquired by Next15 in late 2014.
Revlon has been on the hunt for a new boss after Lorenzo Delpani revealed last month he would be stepping down for personal reasons.
Omobono has seen a 20% YOY growth with overseas sales now accounting for over 60% of total turnover; this is thanks to new business wins and the launching of its first London office at the end of 2015.
This was the second opening for Omobono in 2015, following its first US office in the heart of Chicago’s business district, demonstrating the agency’s growth into new territories and ambitions to meet the demands that businesses have for digital marketing.
The agency has also expanded its offices in Cambridge, enabling more people to be in the same place so they can work collaboratively in a creative environment.
Ebiquity names former Sky platform boss Hussain as digital head https://t.co/fNozYVr3dj
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