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Trading Places: this week's people moves

Fraser Gibney is appointed chief executive of FCB Inferno and Virgin Holidays marketing director Andrew Shelton leaves after eight years in the role, in this week's round-up of people moves in advertising, marketing, media and PR.

Andrew Shelton: steps down as Virgin Holidays marketing director (photo: Christopher Willan)

Andrew Shelton: steps down as Virgin Holidays marketing director (photo: Christopher Willan)

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Matt Pam and Simon Hipwell, the former BETC London and M&C Saatchi creatives, have joined the integrated agency Aesop as creative directors. (Campaign)

VCCP me, VCCP's direct marketing agency, has hired Rapp's Gavin Hilton as its planning partner following Chris Whitson's departure in October 2013. (Campaign)

FCB Inferno, the agency that will encompass Inferno and the UK office of DraftFCB, will be led by Fraser Gibney as the chief executive. (Campaign)

Now has appointed the designer Dave Towers to head up a new design division. (Campaign)

Tribal Worldwide has hired Jonathan Lovatt-Young, the digital customer experience lead at Accenture, in the new role of head of service and experience design. (Campaign)

Adam & Eve/DDB has hired Nick Hirst, the joint head of planning at Dare, as the planning partner. (Campaign)

Marketing

Virgin Holidays marketing director Andrew Shelton is to leave the brand after eight years in the role, to pursue "new opportunities" in the travel sector and further afield. (Marketing)

Media

Janine Gibson, the launch editor of Guardian US, is returning to the UK this summer to become deputy editor of The Guardian and editor-in-chief of theguardian.com. (Media Week)

PR

Vodafone UK has hired Paddy Toyne-Sewell to head up its external comms in a role expanded to cover social media and corporate responsibility. (PR Week)

Oxfam GB has recruited Save The Children UK's Jack Lundie to lead a newly slimmed-down comms operation. (PR Week)

Lansons has snapped up Santander social media specialist Russell Graham to lead its digital practice. (PR Week)

Dan Timms, the former head of government Olympic communications who joined Portland Communications last January, has moved across the Atlantic to Canada. (PR Week)

Former Department for Culture, Media and Sport special adviser Victoria O'Byrne is leaving the body responsible for the Olympic Park to join Richard Branson's Virgin Group as director of corporate affairs next month. (PR Week)

Delroy Corinaldi, who left free consumer debt advice charity StepChange last year, has resurfaced as head of public affairs at controversial payday lender Wonga. (PR Week)

Martin Frizell is returning to broadcast media as editor of ITV's 'Loose Women' show after 18 months with GolinHarris. (PR Week)

Hill + Knowlton Strategies group MD Ben Curson is to join Instinctif Partners in the middle of April as a managing partner. (PR Week)

Former Equal Opportunities Commission media director Claire Maugham has joined a new body charged with selling the benefits of internet-connected electricity and gas meters to Britons ahead of a nationwide installation programme. (PR Week)

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