MOVERS

Teamwork Marketing, based in York, has appointed Ken Murphy creative director. Murphy, who joins from the London agency, FKB, will have a major input into the shaping of Teamwork’s future creative plans. He has previously worked on numerous blue-chip accounts including the National Lottery, United Distillers, Whitbread Beer Company and the Times.

Teamwork Marketing, based in York, has appointed Ken Murphy creative

director. Murphy, who joins from the London agency, FKB, will have a

major input into the shaping of Teamwork’s future creative plans. He has

previously worked on numerous blue-chip accounts including the National

Lottery, United Distillers, Whitbread Beer Company and the Times.



Chris Owens has been appointed marketing director of Mazda Cars (UK).

For the past two years he has worked for Scottish Power, but before that

he was international marketing manager of Saab Automobile AB, Sweden.

Owens joined British Airways as a graduate trainee and spent seven years

in the sales, marketing and customer services divisions. After that came

five years with Marks and Spencer, largely concerned with export

marketing, and a spell as marketing development manager of Alfred

Dunhill, responsible for marketing Dunhill’s products around the world.



Richard Bedwell has been appointed managing director of IPSOS-NFO UK, a

company set up by the US panel company, NFO Research, the IPSOS Group

and RSL-Research Services. Bedwell’s previous experience includes both

research and marketing roles at London Weekend Television, the Guardian,

Channel 4, BMRB and Carlton UK Television.



Sally Evington has been promoted to director at Harrison Cowley in

Manchester. Evington, formerly an account director, has been with the

company for five years and heads up the BICC Cables’ business. She

joined Harrison Cowley as an account manager from Signal Radio, where

she spent six years in marketing and promotions.



Robert Gibb has been appointed marketing services officer for the Lewis

Group in Maidenhead. He was formerly a director of the PR consultancy,

Bogard Communications, in Iver. Gibb will be responsible for public

relations, advertising, marketing co-ordination and internal

communications.



The cider manufacturer, H. P. Bulmer Holdings, has appointed John Harvey

international director, with a seat on the main board. Harvey was

previously the regional director of United Distillers, responsible for

the South East and Central Asia, based in Singapore. He has also worked

for Gillette in Southern Europe, Africa, the Middle East and Canada. At

Bulmers, Harvey will head all the company’s international activity,

including its two overseas subsidiaries, Bulmers Australia and Stassen

in Belgium. In addition, Una Brown has been appointed Red Stripe

business manager at H. P. Bulmer Limited, the UK distributor for the

premium Jamaican lager beer. She joins Bulmers from Barclays Bank, where

she was marketing manager for personal banking, responsible for direct

marketing and advertising development, and before that was media manager

at Mars Confectionery.



CompuServe, the online service and Internet access provider, has

appointed Martin Turner general manager for the UK region (which

includes the UK, Ireland, Netherlands and Scandinavia). Turner takes

over from Andrew Gray, who is now establishing CompuServe’s European

headquarters as acting European general manager for CompuServe’s

information services division. Turner has been involved in the marketing

of online information services for more than ten years. Following a two-

year period as product manager with BT’s Telecom Gold e-mail service,

Turner worked for Istel (latterly AT&T Istel) as a new ventures

consultant launching Istel’s Infosearch and online information services.



The vehicle information business, HPI-Equifax, has appointed Paul

Bridgman marketing manager. Bridgman will be responsible for developing

the organisation’s marketing strategy, working closely with the

marketing director, Nicki Websper.



Melanie Parsonage has been appointed marketing manager of the processing

division of Reed Exhibition Companies (UK). Parsonage joins Reed

Exhibitions from Tarmac, where she was international marketing

executive. Parsonage will be responsible for a group of exhibitions in

the processing group, including the annual Environmental Technology

exhibition and the triennial Eurochem exhibition.



Sara Lee has appointed Diane Pawlett head of department and Sarah Dwyer

assistant product manager in its European division. Pawlett has ten

years of European sales and marketing experience and speaks three

languages, having lived and worked in Spain, Germany and Switzerland.

She moves from Dunlopillo, where she was European marketing manager, to

become Sara Lee’s European business development manager. Dwyer comes to

the company from Leeds Business School.



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