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Trading places: this week's people moves

Mark Chippendale joins Active International and M&C Saatchi UK appoints Elspeth Lynn as group executive creative director in Brand Republic's round-up of this week's people moves in advertising, marketing and media.

Mark Chippendale: joins Active International

Mark Chippendale: joins Active International

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Advertising

Danny Brooke-Taylor, Dare's joint executive creative director, has resigned from the agency. (Campaign)

Hypernaked has boosted its creative department with the appointment of Klas Lusth as its deputy creative director. (Campaign)

Ogilvy & Mather UK has appointed Leo Ryan as the group head of social to lead its new Social@Ogilvy practice in London. (Campaign)

M&C Saatchi UK has ended its search for a group executive creative director with the appointment of Elspeth Lynn. (Campaign)

Marketing

RBS is to implement a new group marketing structure across its retail banking business, including the NatWest and RBS brands. (Marketing)

Reckitt Benckiser's worldwide media director Ian Hutchinson is leaving the company after 16 years. (Brand Republic)

Media

Mark Chippendale, the former commercial director of CBS Outdoor, has been appointed as the UK managing director of barter company Active International, as managing director Dean Wilson steps up to chief executive. (Media Week)

MPG Media Contacts, the Havas Media agency, has appointed digital consultant Darren Goldie to the role of head of performance to lead a new multi-discipline digital team. (Media Week)

Head of online at Initiative,  David Schruers is leaving the company to take up the position of head of media at digital agency Essence. (Media Week)

Cinema sales house DCM has bolstered its sales and marketing team with the appointment of Joe Evea to the newly created role of business development director. (Media Week)

Steve Bond, the chief operating officer of Posterscope UK, is leaving the Aegis Media-owned out-of-home specialist after 19 years. (Media Week)

Digital music company Shazam has appointed Last.fm's Miles Lewis as vice-president of ad sales for the UK and Europe, in a move to expand ad opportunities within its app and encourage brands to make TV ads Shazam-enabled. (Media Week)

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