Smith Bundy and Partners has appointed a new copywriter, Lisa Pember.
Pember joins Smith Bundy from DMP, and will be working on a wide variety
of accounts including Wang, Boots Opticians and ChildLine.
Rachel Longstreeth, formerly with British Midland Airways, has joined
CCN Marketing as a marketing executive. After four years in product
management at British Midland, and previously in commercial roles with
Rolls Royce plc and Rover Group, Longstreeth’s experience will support
the company’s expanding marketing function.
Helen Wagener has recently joined the international law firm, Watson,
Farley and Williams, as a marketing executive. Wagener will be a member
of the three person marketing group at the firm and will assist in the
continuing development of marketing, both in the UK and overseas. Before
this appointment, Wagener spent two years as a marketing executive for a
20-partner West End law firm.
Fujifilm has appointed Karen Smith as product manager for film. She
joins Fujifilm from United Distillers. Having returned from a spell in
Switzerland as whisky product manager, Smith worked in the company’s UK
sales department before joining Fujifilm. She will work on two Fujifilm
products, Fujicolor Super G Plus colour print and Fujichrome Sensia
Karen Brown has been appointed to a senior position in creative services
at the record company, the Enclave. She will be based at the Enclave’s
headquarters in New York. Brown’s responsibilities will include the
development of creative and visual representations for the company and
all artists signed to the label. In addition, she will commission
photos, videos and artwork, and will oversee the creation of the
Enclave’s Website. Brown was most recently general manager of Dedicated
Records/BMG International, signing such artists as the Cranes and
Spiritualized. Brown had been the senior publicist/ creative director of
Chrysalis Records in the UK, working with Sinead O’Connor and World
Scottish Friendly Assurance has appointed Iain Jamieson to the post of
marketing assistant. His duties will include the control of marketing
communications items and the co-ordination of public relations activity.
Jamieson graduated from the University of Stirling and joined Scottish
Friendly after spending six months as a reporter with the Central Times
Group in Edinburgh.
Clacksons has appointed Anna Westermann to its London office. Westermann
comes to Clacksons from the marketing department of the Hampstead and
Highgate Express, part of the Home Counties Newspaper Group represented
by Clacksons. Her role will include general sales support, working with
sales teams on preparation of presentations, analysis of industry and
client data, and interpretation of research and marketing data.
Dominic Cadbury, the chairman of Cadbury Schweppes plc, has been
appointed a vice-president of the Chartered Institute of Marketing.
Cadbury joined Cadbury Schweppes after graduating from Stanford in 1964.
He joined the board in 1975 as managing director of the Foods Division,
and three years later held the post of chief operating officer of
Cadbury Schweppes in its North American region. He was managing director
of Cadbury Limited from 1980 to 1983, and until 1992 acted as group
chief executive for Cadbury Schweppes plc. He will receive an honorary
fellowship atÿ20the CIM graduation ceremony in May.
Chelgate has appointed Anthony Brown and James Darley to the company’s
board of directors. Darley has been with the company for almost six
years, Brown nearly four.
World Productions has appointed Terry Coles as general manager at World
Production’s business media division. Coles joined the company as
executive producer at the beginning of the year and takes over the
running of the division from John Gordon-Saker, who is leaving to become
managing director of G-Force. Before joining World Productions, Coles
was director of sponsorship and broadcast at the PR company, the Quentin
IAS Marketing and Communication, the specialist business-to-business
agency, has appointed a new art director. Mike Bulloch has previously
worked on a wide range of accounts for companies such as the Brahm in
Leeds, and Manchester’s Stowe Bowden Wilson.
The Marketing Organisation, based in Newport Pagnell, has appointed
David Lewis as senior account director. He joins from Black Horse
Financial Services, where he was conference and direct marketing manager
for two years.