MOVERS

Total Media has announced a raft of promotions and appointments following a series of business wins. Lucy Glozier (pictured) and Amanda Cater have been appointed senior account managers. Glozier will handle the Random House, Headline, Bloomsbury, Orlando Tourist Board and London Zoo accounts, while Cater will be responsible for Amazon.co.uk, GE Life and Macmillan Publishing. Total Media has also appointed two account managers. Joslyn Darling, who joined the agency two years ago from VNU, will handle the Holiday Autos, Jaeger Le Coultre and Ecco Shoes business. Nick Adams will be responsible for the Time Out, Border, Books Etc, Beko and Classic Cars accounts. In addition, four new recruits have joined the agency. Sophia Gemson, who joins from CIA Medianetwork, and Sonia Garner, who moves from Haymarket Publishing, both come in as account handlers. They are joined by media assistants Alex Pacey and Natasha Baig.

Total Media has announced a raft of promotions and appointments

following a series of business wins. Lucy Glozier (pictured) and Amanda

Cater have been appointed senior account managers. Glozier will handle

the Random House, Headline, Bloomsbury, Orlando Tourist Board and London

Zoo accounts, while Cater will be responsible for Amazon.co.uk, GE Life

and Macmillan Publishing. Total Media has also appointed two account

managers. Joslyn Darling, who joined the agency two years ago from VNU,

will handle the Holiday Autos, Jaeger Le Coultre and Ecco Shoes

business. Nick Adams will be responsible for the Time Out, Border, Books

Etc, Beko and Classic Cars accounts. In addition, four new recruits have

joined the agency. Sophia Gemson, who joins from CIA Medianetwork, and

Sonia Garner, who moves from Haymarket Publishing, both come in as

account handlers. They are joined by media assistants Alex Pacey and

Natasha Baig.





John Brown Publishing’s Bare has recruited Andrea Hutton as senior sales

executive. She joins the new women’s title from Redwood Publishing’s

Harvey Nichols Magazine, where she has worked for 18 months. Hutton

takes up her new role later this month and will report to ad director

Clare Crocker.





Future Publishing has appointed Rob Hunt ad manager of Total Film. Hunt

joins the magazine from Emap, where he was music manager for the Emap

Youth titles, including Smash Hits, J17 and More. In his new role he

will report to Sean Collings, group ad manager. Future has also promoted

James Ashwood from deputy ad manager to ad manager of car magazine

Redline. His old role will be filled by Iain Langfield, who was

previously senior sales executive on the same magazine.





Sister companies Taxi Media and Phonesites have strengthened their

outdoor specialist sales team by promoting Helen Smith and hiring Karen

Fitzsimmons. Fitzsimmons joins from Posterscope, where she spent six

years as an account manager, booking campaigns for clients such as Carat

and Mediashop. Smith, who was previously a sales support executive,

becomes an outdoor specialist account executive, with joint

responsibility for accounts such as Meridian, MindShare and Posterscope.

Both Fitzsimmons and Smith will report to sales director Jonathan

Adam.





RealNames Corporation, the provider of internet infrastructure

technology, has hired Helen Davis and Oliver Hill as business

development directors for its European operations. The pair will focus

on building partnerships to promote the adoption of Internet Keywords, a

navigation system that transports people directly to brands on the web.

Hill joins RealNames from BT, where he was head of online advertising

and responsible for controlling advertising and commercial content for

the company’s online service BT Internet. Davis also joins from BT,

where she was most recently head of sales and marketing for BT’s web

hosting and co-location services group.



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