People Moving 10/07/13 – PR & Marketing

All the big movements in the press relations and marketing industries in the past week.

Mischief CEO and founder Mitchell Kaye is stepping down from the role later this year. (Source: PR Week)

Aegis Media has appointed Mandy Rayment to lead the group’s UK external and internal communications. (Source: PR Week)

HTC has lost its EMEA head of consumer marketing Jeremy Corenbloom. He has joined Match.com to cover maternity leave for its UK director of relationships and marketing, Katie Sheppard. (Source: Marketing Week)

Facebook’s EMEA head of marketing communications, Eric Edge, has left the UK to join the social network’s US headquarters. (Source: Marketing Week)

BMI has named Colin Lewis as its new director of marketing. (Source: Brand Republic)

Mother London has promoted Sara Tate to the newly-created role of managing director. (Source: Brand Republic)

Mindshare has made Colin Kinsella its new chief executive for North America, replacing Antony Young. (Source: Brand Republic)

Errol Baran has joined Clear Channel UK as the managing director of its new initiative, code-named Project X. (Source: Brand Republic)

LV= has hired Victoria Wentworth to the newly-created role of brand and life marketing director. (Source: Brand Republic)

Cheil UK has hired Cyrus Vantock-Wood to the role of creative director. (Source: Brand Republic)

Ed Pilkington has been appointed Western Europe marketing and innovation director at Diageo European. (Source: Brand Republic)

Mother creative partner Stephen Butler is joining TBWA\Chiat\Day in an unnamed role. (Source: Brand Republic)

Perform has hired Martyn Jones as its global brand sponsorship director. (Source: Brand Republic)

Mindshare has promoted Paul Rowlinson to chief operating officer. (Source: Brand Republic)

CHI Group has promoted Christian Hinchcliffe to the new role of global chief marketing officer. (Source: Brand Republic)

Carrie Hindmarsh, chief executive at M&C Saatchi which she helped launch in 1995, is stepping down to focus on non-executive director roles. (Source: Brand Republic)

 

 

 

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Charlie Beckett, director of POLIS at the London School of Economics, reacts to news that the UK government forced the Guardian into destroying hard drives that contained information leaked by Edward Snowden.


(Source: POLIS)

 

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