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Trading Places: this week's people moves

Camelot group chief executive Dianne Thompson is to leave the National Lottery operator and Publicis Worldwide appoints Guy Wienyk to lead its UK and Nordics operations, in this week's round-up of people moves in advertising, marketing, media and PR.

Dianne Thompson: Camelot chief executive to retire in October

Dianne Thompson: Camelot chief executive to retire in October

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DLKW Lowe has hired Ryan Self, the former deputy head of design at Saatchi & Saatchi, as its head of design. (Campaign)

Magnus Djaba, the UK chief executive of Saatchi & Saatchi, has been promoted to the UK chief executive of Saatchi & Saatchi Fallon Group. (Campaign)

Publicis Worldwide has appointed Guy Wieynk, previously the AKQA vice-president, international, to lead its UK and Nordics operations. (Campaign)

Mindshare has promoted James Chandler, currently head of mobile at Mindshare UK, to be the agency's global mobile director. (Campaign)

Brothers and Sisters has strengthened its creative team with the appointment of three creative directors, including Harv Bains from Johannes Leonardo New York. Aaron Wilmer and Will Flack, who have been at Brothers and Sisters for five years, have also been promoted to creative directors. (Campaign)

Mother has hired McCann Worldgroup's joint chief strategy officer for EMEA Nikki Crumpton in a senior strategy role. (Campaign)

Lida, the digital and direct agency, has hired TMW's planning director, Richard Pentin, as its second strategy partner. (Campaign)

Ian Clark is leaving his position as UK chief executive of Naked Communications after 14 months in the role and has been replaced by Christian Gladwell, the founding partner of Human Digital. (Campaign)

Drum, the Omnicom content agency, has hired Steve Wallington, a co-founder of the creative agency Point Blank, as its executive creative director, replacing Ben Kerr. (Campaign)

Marketing

Camelot group chief executive Dianne Thompson is retiring at the end of October, after 14 years leading the National Lottery operator and decades as a celebrated marketer. (Marketing)

Nokia, the Microsoft-owned mobile phone company, has named Rajeev Suri as its next president and chief executive. ( Marketing)

Media

Hearst Magazines UK has promoted Anna Jones, its chief operating officer, to the role of chief executive, replacing Arnaud de Puyfontaine. (Media Week)

Stefano Hatfield, the editorial director of London Live, is to join High50, Robert Campbell's community for the over-50s, as its editor-in-chief. (Media Week)

PR

Confectionery and snacks company United Biscuits has appointed Rebecca Salt to the newly created role of chief communications adviser. (PR)

Brunswick Group has made changes to its management team with new appointments in the US and UK, including Simon Sporborg, who will replace Nick Claydon as UK managing partner. (PR)

Cicero Group has hired former News Corporation business editor Nick Gardner as it looks to double its corporate fee income over the next year. (PR)

EasyJet's head of UK corporate and public affairs Andrew McConnell has joined rival airline Flybe as it looks to bounce back from a difficult few years. (PR)

Brunswick Group has made changes to its management team with new appointments in the US and UK, including Simon Sporborg, who will replace Nick Claydon as UK managing partner. (PR Week)

Edelman US president and CEO Mark Hass is stepping down from his role after five years at the agency. Russell Dubner, president of Edelman New York, will succeed him on 1 July. (PR Week)

Blue Rubicon has hired Sky News correspondent Stephen Douglas as a senior consultant in its media training and communications coaching team. (PR Week)

MSL Group London has promoted head of health Niamh Garvey to a newly created managing director position in its health practice. (PR Week)

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