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Trading places: this week's people moves

CHI's Patricia McDonald takes an executive planning director role at Isobar while BlackBerry parent RIM hires a new chief marketing officer in Brand Republic's round-up of this week's people moves in advertising, marketing and media.

Patricia McDonald: executive planning director role at Isobar

Patricia McDonald: executive planning director role at Isobar

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Rainey Kelly Campbell Roalfe/Y&R has boosted its senior management team with hires including Kevin Sutherland, the technical partner at AnalogFolk, who takes on the new role of director of creative technology. (Campaign)

Isobar UK has appointed Patricia McDonald, the head of digital strategy at CHI & Partners, as its executive planning director. (Campaign)

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Research in Motion (RIM), the flagging Canadian maker of BlackBerry, has named Frank Boulben, vice-president of strategy, marketing and sales for US wireless company Lightsquared, as its chief marketing officer. (Marketing)

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Starcom MediaVest Group has promoted Amice Lock, a managing partner at Starcom, to the new position of managing director of its branded content division LiquidThread. (Campaign)

Redwood, the content publisher, has promoted Sara Cremer to the newly created role of managing director. (Campaign)

IPG Mediabrands has appointed James Harris to the newly created role of managing director of digital across its EMEA/G14 region. (Media Week)

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