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Trading Places: this week's people moves

Annette King becomes UK chief executive of Ogilvy Group and marketing chief Clare Mullin departs The National Trust, in this week's round-up of people moves in advertising, marketing and media.

Annette King: becomes UK chief executive of Ogilvy Group

Annette King: becomes UK chief executive of Ogilvy Group

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Advertising

Guardian Labs has hired the Critical Mass executive creative director, Alistair Campbell, to be its first creative director. (Campaign)

Thiago de Moraes has left his role as executive creative director at Droga5 Europe after less than eight months. (Campaign)

Annette King, the chief executive of OgilvyOne in Europe, Africa and the Middle East, has been promoted to UK chief executive of Ogilvy Group. (Campaign)

Marketing

Clare Mullin, director of brand and marketing at the National Trust, is stepping down from her job to start a new life in India. (Marketing)

Rolls-Royce Motor Cars has appointed former Audi marketer Fintan Knight to the role of director of sales and marketing, to help drive the brand's global expansion. (Marketing)

Media

Hearst Magazines UK, the publisher of Cosmopolitan, Elle and Esquire, has promoted Michael Rowley, the group publishing director for its weekly and lifestyle publications, to the new role of managing director, brands. Rowley’s role overseeing the weekly titles has been taken over by Greg Witham, who has been promoted to group publishing director of the newly-formed "entertainment" group, while Lee Wilkinson, a product director, has been promoted to the new role of strategy and product director. (Media Week)

Bloomberg Media Group has appointed former Guardian commercial leader, Adam Freeman, as its first managing director of Bloomberg Media for Europe, the Middle East and Africa. (Campaign)

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