Trading Places: this week's people moves

Grant Millar is named UK chief executive of ZenithOptimedia and former senior Tesco marketer Carolyn Bradley resurfaces at brewer Marston's, in this week's round-up of people moves in advertising, marketing and media.

Grant Millar: joins ZenithOptimedia as UK chief executive
Grant Millar: joins ZenithOptimedia as UK chief executive


PHD Worldwide has appointed Nathan Brown, UM's executive vice-president and managing director, as chief executive of PHD USA. (Campaign)

DigitasLBi has appointed Scott Ross as UK chief technology officer to drive the agency's tech strategy. He joins from Critical Mass in Toronto, where he is senior vice-president executive technology director. (Campaign)

ZenithOptimedia has hired Dentsu Aegis Network's Grant Millar as its UK chief executive. (Campaign)

Omnicom Media Group has hired Anthony Wickham, a managing partner at OgilvyOne, as the managing director of its Disney business. (Campaign)

Bartle Bogle Hegarty has hired Tom Skinner and Phil Holbrook as creative directors to strengthen the British Airways team after the agency won the account in February. (Campaign)


Fitness First has appointed Virgin marketer David Anderson as chief marketing officer, as the company pursues its bid to become more upmarket with a £225m marketing and gym overhaul. (Marketing)

Former senior Tesco marketer Carolyn Bradley has resurfaced in a non-executive role at Midlands-based brewer and pub operator Marston's. (Marketing)


ESI Media, the owners of the London Evening Standard, the Independent, i and London Live has promoted head of newspapers, James White, to head of trading. He will be replaced as head of newspapers by Oliver Wheatley, who is currently group head and brand manager at the London Evening Standard. (Campaign)

Channel 4 has hired Havas Media's head of ideas, Charlotte Rowland, as a creative strategist. (Campaign)