Movers: Appointment at Redwood Magazines

Redwood Magazines, the customer publishing house, has hired Nicki Hill as a board account director as part of a restructure.

Hill will head the new retail division, one of three units, with responsibility for magazines for clients such as Boots, Marks & Spencer and the forthcoming Heyday title for Age Concern. Hill joins from BBC Magazines, where she was the publisher of BBC Good Food and Olive. As part of the restructure, Mark Harrop has been promoted to the board to oversee the growing Automotive division, which contains the Land Rover and Volvo titles. The third division, business-to-business, is run by Philip Cranwell.

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