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Trading Places: this week's people moves

Gwyn Jones steps down as global chief executive of Bartle Bogle Hegarty and Mark Hollinshead resigns as chief operating officer at Trinity Mirror, in this week's round-up of people moves in advertising, marketing and media.

Gwyn Jones: global chief executive leaves Bartle Bogle Hegarty

Gwyn Jones: global chief executive leaves Bartle Bogle Hegarty

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Mike Boles and Jerry Hollens, a creative team that has been at Rainey Kelly Campbell Roalfe/Y&R for more than 15 years, have left the agency following a restructure. (Campaign)

Havas EHS has hired Kitcatt Nohr's chief marketing officer, Tracey Barber, as its group chief marketing officer. (Campaign)

Gwyn Jones, the global chief executive of Bartle Bogle Hegarty, has resigned from his role. (Advertising)

Y&R has promoted Shelley Diamond, its worldwide managing partner, to the new position of global chief client officer. (Campaign)

Havas Worldwide London has promoted the TV producer Lucy Powell to the role of head of film, replacing Leila Bartlam. (Campaign)

JWT London has boosted its planning department with two new hires, bringing in Anne McCreary and Robert Goodwin. (Campaign)

McCann Worldgroup has promoted Mat Bisher to executive creative director and handed him responsibility for the agency's global Microsoft account. (Campaign)


Mondelez CMO Mary Beth West is leaving the company as Mark Clouse takes over as chief growth officer. (Marketing)

Expedia's long-serving marketing chief Andrew Warner has joined jobs company Monster Worldwide to head up marketing at its European business. (Marketing)


Mark Hollinshead, the chief operating officer of Trinity Mirror, has resigned from the media company to become the chief executive of the sporting events company Nova International. (Media Week)

Sky Media has made two senior hires, bringing in MediaCom's Cath Crow as head of response trading and ITV's Ben Louis as a head of sales. (Media Week)

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