Trading places: this week's people moves
Former Sony marketer Ben Moore joins creative agency Anomaly while Molson Coors' managing director of brands Chris McDonough is set to exit, in this week's round-up of people moves across advertising, marketing and media.
Anomaly has hired the former Sony marketer Ben Moore as a partner in the first stage of strengthening its London agency's management line-up. (Campaign)
Grey London has appointed the former Bartle Bogle Hegarty client services director Bill Scott as its managing director. (Campaign)
Barry Cox is to retire as the chief executive of the History of Advertising Trust, having played a key role in organising the rescue mission that saved the charity from extinction. (Campaign)
Jo Hagger, the former chief integration officer and managing director of Glue Isobar, has joined SapientNitro as the vice-president, marketing. (Campaign)
TH_NK, the digital agency, has hired Agency Republic creative director Phil Wilce as its new creative director. (Campaign)
Nissan has appointed Guillaume Masurel as its new UK marketing director, following the departure of Steve McLennan to a role in the car firm's European business. (Marketing)
Johnston Press, the regional newspaper publisher of The Scotsman and the Yorkshire Post, has appointed BBC digital marketer Lucy Sinclair to the new role of group audience development and marketing director. (Media Week)
Molson Coors' managing director of brands, Chris McDonough, is leaving the brewer at the end of the year following a restructure of the business across Europe. (Marketing)
The John Lewis Partnership has appointed Lloyds Banking Group executive Paul de Laat to the newly created customer insight director position. (Marketing)
Walker Media has appointed Anthony Swede, the strategy director at Mindshare, to the new position of head of planning. (Media Week)
News International has appointed founder of The Seed, Sean Adams, to the newly created role of head of commercial insight. (Media Week)
Aegis has appointed Peter Huijboom as global director of business integration with responsibilities for identifying "revenue synergies" between the group and its new owner Dentsu. (Media Week)
BBC Worldwide's managing director for consumer products Paul Dempsey has been appointed interim chief executive of BBC Worldwide, taking on the role for three months before Tim Davie's arrival next year. (Media Week)
Lansons Communications is to establish an employee engagement arm and is hiring H+K Strategies' UK internal comms head to run it. (PRWeek)
Tesco has appointed an industry heavyweight as its global director of internal comms, as the retailer looks to engage employees after a tough year. (PRWeek)
Kaper has appointed the head of an Australian agency to handle the new role of UK MD and drive its expansion. (PRWeek)
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