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Trading places: this week's people moves

Starcom MediaVest Group poaches Arena's Pippa Glucklich, while Karmarama hires Dan Hill, AKQA's Nike planning director, in this week's round-up of people moves across advertising, marketing, media and PR.

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WCRS has hired Jason Anderson to the new role of head of creative technology. (Campaign)

Karmarama has further boosted its senior team by hiring Dan Hill, AKQA's planning director on the agency's Nike account, as its first head of planning. (Campaign)

Partners Andrews Aldridge has boosted its senior team by hiring Paul Vallois as a managing partner. (Campaign)

Matt Lee and Pete Heyes, the Adam & Eve/DDB creative duo, are leaving to join Leo Burnett as creative directors. (Campaign)

Steve Parish, the chief executive of production company Tag, is to step down before the end of the year. (Campaign)

Arc, the Leo Burnett-owned shop, has hired Billington Cartmell's group creative partner, Beri Cheetham, as its executive creative director. (Campaign)

Marketing


Heinz has appointed former Muller Dairy marketing director Lee Rolston as the top marketer of its innovation unit, Explore. (Marketing)

Media


BlowUp Media UK managing director Dominic Gesua has left the outdoor company and is being replaced by Katrin Robertson, group managing director at BlowUp Media, who is moving from Germany to the UK to help oversee the business. (Media Week)

Starcom MediaVest Group has poached Pippa Glucklich, the chief operating officer at Arena Media, to become the managing director of its Starcom unit. (Campaign)

Jeff Ford, Channel 5 director of programmes, has resigned from his position at the Richard Desmond-owned broadcaster. (Media Week)

David Emin, advertising chief at Mirror Group Newspapers (MGN), has been promoted to managing director Trinity Mirror National sales, as part of the next tier of structural changes implemented by Simon Fox, chief executive. (Media Week)

Facebook's top executive in Europe, Joanna Shields, is leaving to spearhead the Government's scheme to create a 'Silicon Valley' cluster of technology businesses in East London. (Media Week)

Vevo, the music video site, has hired Errol Baran, former head of future and digital media advertising at Channel 4, as its new commercial director. (Media Week)

Tim Davie, the BBC's director of audio and music, is to become chief executive of BBC Worldwide, succeeding John Smith who is leaving the corporation after 23 years. (Media Week)

MediaCom has promoted Phil Hall, Jem Lloyd Williams, Sarah Treliving and Nick Jefferies to its managing partner board. (Media Week)

Clear Channel Outdoor has appointed Alex Hollingdale, currently proposition and profitability director at telecoms firm TalkTalk, to the new role of product director. (Media Week)

Special interest publisher Future has promoted James Ranson to the role of sales director at its London office. (Media Week)

Andy Bagnall, the director of business development at ITV, is leaving the broadcaster next year after 35 years' service with the company in its various iterations. (Media Week)

PR


The ABPI's corporate comms chief Amanda Callaghan has resigned, it was announced last night.
(PR Week)

Former Havas board director and corporate chief Andrew Robinson has joined Newgate Communications to boost the agency's international credentials. (PR Week)

PhotoBox, an online photo printing and sharing company, has poached the head of comms from Ann Summers ahead of a major PR shake-up. (PR Week)

The former marketing and comms director of London & Partners is launching her own destinations-focused agency, named Ainsworth & Wells. PRWeek revealed last week that Martine Ainsworth-Wells is leaving London & Partners following a corporate restructure. (PR Week)

One of Citizen Brando's managing partners, Paul Lucas, has moved on from the agency and is plotting his next steps. (PR Week)

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