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Trading Places (20 Nov): This week's people moves in advertising, digital, marketing and media

LONDON - Brand Republic rounds up this week's people moves in advertising, digital, marketing and media - including Archie Norman joining ITV and Libby Chambers leaving Barclaycard.

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Chris Clarke, the global chief executive of SapientNitro, is moving from New York to take charge of the London office of the recently merged agency. (Campaign)

Publicis Groupe has promoted Olivier Altmann to chief creative officer at Publicis Worldwide, a new role at the ad agency. (Brand Republic)

Jo Kenrick, the former B&Q marketing director, has resigned from ad agency Fallon London without a job to go to. (Marketing)

Iris has hired David King, managing director of Rapp China, as regional CEO for China as the agency seeks to boost its presence in Asia. (Brand Republic)

Integrated agency Kindred has hired Red Bee Media's Anton Ezer as creative director. (Brand Republic)


The Internet Advertising Bureau has appointed Publicis Modem's chief strategy officer Tony Effik as chair of its social media council. (Media Week)

Aegis Media's Carat has appointed Gary Reid as head of search, replacing Greg Shickle, who is leaving. (Media Week)

BBC News has appointed Alex Gubbay as its first social media editor. (Brand Republic)

Digital agency Think has appointed ECM Consulting's Lynne Davidson as its new managing director. (Brand Republic)

has appointed Derek Anderson, former UK managing director of eSearchVision, as UK sales director. (Brand Republic)


Libby Chambers has left her position as global, retail and commercial banking (GRCB) and Barclaycard chief marketing officer with immediate effect. (Marketing)

Marks & Spencer Group has announced the appointment of Marc Bolland, the chief executive of Morrisons, as its new chief executive. (Marketing)

Greg Nugent, interim marketing director at London 2012, has been appointed to the newly created role of brand and marketing director. (Marketing)

Steve Forde, UK managing director of Cossette agency Rocket XL, has returned to Channel 4 to head up digital marketing for the broadcaster. (Marketing)


ITV has appointed former Asda chief executive and Conservative MP Archie Norman as its new chairman. (Media Week)

IPC Ignite managing director Eric Fuller will leave the company at the end of December, after nine years with the publisher, as part of a restructure. (Brand Republic)

Condé Nast has appointed Jamie Jouning, launch publisher of Wired magazine, as publisher of its Digital Britain division. (Brand Republic)

The Newspaper Publishers Association, the trade body for national newspapers, has made Paul Hayes, managing director of News International Commercial, chairman of its commercial arm, the Newspaper Marketing Agency. (Media Week)

Independent News & Media has appointed Vincent Crowley, chief executive of its Irish operation, as its new group-wide chief operating officer. (Media Week)

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