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Trading Places (21 May): This week's people moves in advertising, marketing and media

LONDON - P&G's top digital marketer Emma Jenkins (pictured) departs while Matt Hill steps in at Heinz UK, as Brand Republic rounds up the moves in advertising, digital, marketing and media.

Jenkins has championed digital marketing at P&G

Jenkins has championed digital marketing at P&G

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Mark Cadman, the former chief executive of Euro RSCG London, has taken the chief executive job at Publicis Seattle. Cadman will lead the agency with Publicis USA chief creative officer Bob Moore, who is based there. (Campaign)

McCann Erickson Birmingham has appointed Billy Mawhinney, the former creative director of BJL, as its executive creative director. Mawhinney will oversee the creative division and take part in a restructure of the department following the imminent departure of the agency's creative director, Gary Setchell. (Campaign)

Tim Lindsay, the former TBWA UK president, has joined Media Square as a non-executive director. His remit will include building a more cohesive approach for the owner of Chick Smith Trott and The Gate and going after larger pieces of new business. (Campaign)

OgilvyOne has appointed Ross Keenleyside as its new creative partner. Keenleyside joins the agency from Claydon Heeley, where he held the role of head of copy. (Campaign)


Heinz has named Unilever marketer Matt Hill as its next chief marketing officer for Heinz UK & Ireland, starting on 23 August. Hill's appointment follows the re-instatement of the Heinz CMO role, last held by Suzanne Douglas. (Marketing)

Gerry Murphy has left The Number 118 118 after two years as chief executive. It is not known whether he has a job to go to. Murphy joined in April 2008 from Superdrug, where he had been group marketing director for three years. (Marketing)

P&G UK's associate director of new marketing models and e-commerce Emma Jenkins is leaving the FMCG giant to launch her own company. (Marketing)

Global mobile operator Truphone has appointed former 118 118 chief executive Chris Moss as chief marketing officer. Prior to his time at 118 118, Moss was responsible for the rebranding of mobile operator Microtel to Orange and was formerly marketing director at Virgin Atlantic. (Marketing)


Matt Shreeve, former head of agency sales at Channel 4, has been appointed to the new role of UK commercial director at corporate barter company Active International. (Media Week)

The Outdoor Advertising Association has hired Mike Baker, the former CBS Outdoor international development director, as its new chief executive. He joins the OAA next week and will report to the OAA's chairman, Jeremy Male. (Campaign)

Universal McCann has appointed James Harris, the Diffiniti deputy managing director, to the role of head of digital for the EMEA region. Harris co-founded the Aegis-owned digital agency Diffiniti with the current Carat managing director, Rob Horler, in 1996. (Campaign)

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