Trading places: this week's people moves
Kraft parts company with marketing chief Daryl Fielding and The Red Brick Road chairman Paul Weinberger is to leave the agency, in Brand Republic's round-up of this week's people moves in advertising, marketing and media.
Daryl Fielding: to leave her role as vice-president of marketing at Kraft
Krow has boosted its senior team with the appointment of Will Saunders as its managing partner and head of business planning. (Campaign)
Leagas Delaney has appointed Michael Pring, the former managing partner of Dare, as its international managing partner. (Campaign)
JWT London has appointed Ricardo Figueira as its first digital executive creative director. (Campaign)
Simon Labbett and David Gamble, the co-founders and creative directors of the Rainey Kelly Campbell Roalfe/Y&R digital shop Saint, have launched their own agency, Hometown. (Campaign)
Profero London has appointed Ben Clapp as its executive creative director. (Campaign)
Paul Weinberger, The Red Brick Road's chairman who has been instrumental in Tesco's advertising for the past 22 years, is to leave the agency later this year. The move follows Tesco's decision to review its £110m advertising business. (Campaign)
TMW, the digital and direct agency, has appointed its first technical director, Guillaume Buat-Ménard, to drive the agency's digital output. (Campaign)
HSBC has promoted marketer Philip Mehl to a pan-European role, as part of a shift in the marketing structure at the bank. (Marketing)
Daryl Fielding is to leave her role as vice-president, marketing, at Kraft after just over two years in the job. (Marketing)
Sarah Power, the former UK and Ireland marketing director at Burger King, has resurfaced, leading the UK haircare division at L'Oréal. (Marketing)
Cedar Communications has promoted Eve Williams to managing director as the creative and commercial content agency restructures. (Marketing)
Morrisons corporate marketing and operations director Richard Lancaster is leaving the company for an undisclosed job, seven months after being handed a wider remit by the supermarket. (Marketing)
Outdoor media company BlowUp Media has appointed Aimee McKay to the newly created role of sales director. (Media Week)
Eye, the outdoor media owner, has appointed Sarah Parkes, formerly group managing director of Hearst-owned subscriptions firm CDS Global, as its UK general manager, replacing John Rankin. Parkes joins Eye this week and will work alongside Rankin until he leaves the business in June to return to his native Australia. (Media Week)
WPP's GroupM has appointed veteran international media agency executive Mike Tunicliffe to the newly created role of chief growth officer. (Media Week)
The VivaKi Nerve Center has promoted Marco Bertozzi to executive managing director of Nerve Center EMEA. (Media Week)
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