BBC marketing chief quits for DFS
Helen Normoyle, director of marketing at the BBC, is joining the sofa retailer DFS as chief marketing officer.
Normoyle is a former director of marketing at Motorola and has been director of marketing at the publicly-funded broadcaster since September 2010, after a spell as its director of audiences.
DFS appointed Krow to handle its £84m advertising account in November last year, after calling a review in August.
DFS was unavailable for comment.
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