Working in Business Development, it’s hard to keep track of all the changes and the latest Movers & Shakers. Each month, our data and insight team at Upstream provide a monthly round up of the new appointments to help you stay ahead.
Here are September’s Movers and Shakers we recommend that you keep an eye on:
Hannah Norbury has been promoted from Channel Director – out of home to Marketing Director at Lucozade Ribena Suntory. Prior to this, she was Ribena’s Marketing Director and was responsible for delivering the relaunch of the Orangina brand.
Jeremy Pee has taken the new role of chief digital and data officer at Marks & Spencer. He is Senior VP of digital at Canadian retailer, Loblaw. He will officially take his new position at M&S at the beginning of December.
Rachel Day has left River Island where she was International Marketing Controller. She has moved to Hunter Boots (Pentland Brands) where she been appointed Head of Marketing .
Gav Thompson has left YOPA Property where he was former Chief Marketing Officer. He has moved to Boden where he’s taken the role of Chief Customer Officer.
Amy Osborne has moved from agency to client side, joining ForrestBrown as Marketing Manager. She has moved from Mr B & Friends where she was Business Development Manager.
Shop Direct Home Shopping has promoted Sylvia Woon as Chief Marketing Officer. She previously held the position of Marketing and Creative Director.
Smart Currency Exchange has hired D’Arcy Heath as Digital Marketing Director. He has joined from GTA, where he was Head of Digital Commerce.
Tinder, the leading dating app, has appointed Jenny Campbell as chief marketing officer. He has moved from Nike, where she was senior global brand director.
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