CAREERS: Movers

Jane Warner has been appointed business manager for the south east of England with Parfums Givenchy. She has been with the company for two years and was previously national accounts co-ordinator. Other appointments at Givenchy include Jane Martin as press and public relations manager and Zoe Evans as her assistant. Martin was previously at John Walford Productions and Evans joins straight from university.

Jane Warner has been appointed business manager for the south east

of England with Parfums Givenchy. She has been with the company for two

years and was previously national accounts co-ordinator. Other

appointments at Givenchy include Jane Martin as press and public

relations manager and Zoe Evans as her assistant. Martin was previously

at John Walford Productions and Evans joins straight from

university.



Fiona Wilson has joined Barraclough Hall Woolston Gray as a group

account director working on Barclaycard and Prudential. She joins the

agency from TBWA Payne Stracey where she spent four years as board

account director working with clients such as BT and

Babyliss/Revlon.



Geoff Gramlick has joined Flair Press Group as group operations

director. Michael Bennett and Nigel Webster have also joined the group

to run its newly formed direct mail subsidiary, Flair Direct. Both were

previously with John Blackburn of Leeds, responsible for its direct mail

operation.



Douglas Seddon has been made marketing director of the Woodland Trust,

the UK’s largest woodland conservation charity. He joins the Trust,

celebrating its 25th anniversary, from the Charity Marketing

Partnership, where he was senior partner. He will be responsible for

developing marketing strategy, increasing awareness of the Woodland

Trust’s work to protect the UK’s woods and trees and building on the

Trust’s position as a top corporate fundraising charity.



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