On the move
Aston has new role
Wayne Aston has taken the post of new business manager at Mind’s Eye. Previously Aston worked as sales and marketing consultant at Surf 107.2 in Brighton and has also worked as account manager for Budweiser.
Edelman Worldwide has employed Mark Chataway in the new position of Chair, Europe for Edelman Health, where he will be responsible for providing senior counsel to international companies, NGOs, governments and other clients. He will also help in the development of new products and services. Prior to founding Interscience, Chataway had also been a senior public relations counsellor to most of the world’s top 10 pharmaceutical companies.
New media managers
Sarah Horne has joined Starcom Motive as group head working on the HJ Heinz, Morgan Stanley Dean Witter and Walt Disney World accounts, reporting to business director Agostino di Falco. Horne joins Starcom from Walker Media where she was account director.
The agency has also appointed Kylie Sweeney and John Baylon (both pictured) as media managers. Sweeney joins from Universal McCann where she worked on accounts including Mastercard and Esso. Baylon most recently worked for Leo Burnett in London.
Proteus has appointed Alexander Lawrence as consultant, to address the increasing client base’s growing e-business needs. Lawrence previously worked as senior project manager for Moai and founded the online employment job search engine, BrainPower.
Circle.com has recruited Victor Chowdhri and Alistair Daly as account directors on the client services team. Chowdhri, who was previously responsible for the successful launch of Sharepeople, will be working on the Budweiser and Autotrader accounts. Daly comes from WWAV Rapp Collins and will be working on the HSBC account for Circle.com.
Virgin Radio has made three promotions within its growing on-air and online sales team. Lawrence Lebret and Tamara Kendall have been promoted from sales planners to sales executives. Nicola Murawski has been promoted from promotions assistant to promotions executive.