MediaCom’s Cree and Harris defect to Wax and Carat

MediaCom TMB has lost two senior members of its new-media staff.

MediaCom TMB has lost two senior members of its new-media

staff.



Barrie Cree, head of Media.com Interactive, has quit the company to

become media and marketing director at the independent new-media shop

Wax.



Cree has fronted Media. com Interactive since its inception last

November, and has been a MediaCom director since joining from IDK Media

in January 1995.



Wax’s clients include Hugo Boss, Blacks Outdoor, No Fear and

Lucozade.



Harris, head of new media at MediaCom TMB North, has moved to Carat

Interactive as a director. It is not yet known who his replacement will

be.



Harris joins Carat’s online team as part of the agency’s new-media

restructure (Media Business, 21 February). He and Mark Syal, a digital

planner/buyer at direct marketing agency Evans Hunt Scott, have come in

as part of the ’heavyweight’ tier of directors working under managing

partners Richard Wheaton and Robert Horler. The two other directors of

the unit are Dan Watson and Mark Griffiths, who were promoted

internally.



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