MOVERS

Suzanne Robinson has joined J N Nichols (Vimto) as group market intelligence manager. Moving from dairy manufacturers, Edenvale, Robinson’s role will be to consolidate market information and provide a proactive response to research for the successful planning of the future Vimto brand strategy.

Suzanne Robinson has joined J N Nichols (Vimto) as group market

intelligence manager. Moving from dairy manufacturers, Edenvale,

Robinson’s role will be to consolidate market information and provide a

proactive response to research for the successful planning of the future

Vimto brand strategy.



Mark Williams has joined Wacks Caller solicitors in Manchester as

marketing director, bringing 15 years mainline marketing experience to

the firm.



Catering equipment, banqueting and furniture hire company, Jongor Hire

has recently made Keith Adams, former MD of Catering Concern and

operations director of ABM Catering, regional sales director. He will

have overall responsibility for sales development in the South of

England. Bruce Birchall is sales and marketing director for the newly-

created exhibition, conference and commercial section.



Taylor Nelson AGB has recruited Dorothy Knightley from IMS where she was

managing director of their UK and Irish organisations as their new group

development director. Her role will be to expand activities across all

aspects of the group’s business, including international.



Securicor Cellular Services has made Brendan Press its new market

planning manager. Joining from Cellnet’s industry development team, his

role will be to ensure that tactical marketing objectives are in harmony

with the broader strategic goals of the company.



Ashridge, the Hertfordshire-based centre for management and

organisational development, has appointed three new marketing

specialists to its faculty: Judith Court, previously European marketing

manager for Griffith Laboratories, is an expert in European sales and

marketing strategies; Narendra Laljani, previously general manager with

ICI India, has also been a visiting professor at the University of

Bombay, and has expertise in marketing strategy development and

implementation in industrial product environments. Doris Sew Hoy,

previously markets development manager and head of internal

communications for the London Stock Exchange, has also joined. She has

expertise in organisational aspects of strategic marketing formulation

and implementation.



Crosslee, the Yorkshire-based manufacturer of tumble dryers, barbecues

and focal point fires, has taken on two marketing executives, Sarah

Godfrey, export executive, and Paula Haigh, marketing executive. The

company promoted Andy Mellor to account manager from regional sales

manager.



Barco has recruited Martin Howe, who was major accounts manager, systems

division at Electrosonic, to take over from Blair Parkin. Parkin has

been promoted to marketing manager, projection systems, Barco Asia.



Sanchi Heesom has moved from her post as assistant director, external

relations at the Royal National Institute for the Blind to the newly-

created role of marketing services manager at Burnett Associates using

her experience in both the charity and commercial sectors to add value

and breadth to existing client services.



Christian Leroy has joined Landor Associates’ London office as executive

director responsible for project management and business development in

the Nordic region including Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden. He was

previously with Holtug, Auden & Associates in Copenhagen.



Hugh Scotchbrook has joined Oxfordshire-based Genesis RMS as account

manager, moving from Maximum Marketing Solutions bringing extensive

marketing and sales promotion skills which will be utilised with a

number of key accounts. Also joining is Barclays Bank’s print buyer, Lee

Bevan, as traffic manager, responsible for all traffic systems.



Lane Clark & Peacock, consulting actuaries, has appointed Terri-Ann

Humphreys, formerly with Thames Television and BP Oil, as its first

marketing manager. Her role is to oversee every aspect of the firm’s

marketing activity, including corporate communications.



Publisher Ziff-Davis UK has promoted Ian Richardson to advertisement

director of PC Direct magazine. He has been with the company since 1991

and was promoted to key account manager on PC Direct. He then moved up

to become key account and business development director on the same

title.



Les Wilcock has been appointed as business development and marketing

manager for Leeds based Baan UK. He joins the enterprise resource

planning (ERP) company from KPMG where he was head of strategy and

marketing management consultant.



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