Movers and Shakers

Movers and Shakers



Charlotte Moore is the new UK sales manager for Fortune Group Europe.

Based at Time Inc's international headquarters in London, Moore will be responsible for driving Fortune's UK advertising sales and will report to Andy Bush, international sales director.

She joins from IDG Global Solutions, where she was sales manager, business development EMEA, responsible for driving incremental revenue from major clients.

ValueClick has appointed Regan Murray sales manager of its newly established e-mail marketing division. Regan joins from Echo Direct, a direct marketing specialist agency where she was UK sales director for the past two years. She has more than eight years' experience in traditional and online media and was previously responsible for developing and growing 24/7 Real Media's e-mail marketing business in the UK.

Radio operator UKRD has created a new business development unit to be headed by New Zealander Laurence Peckham, formerly of GWR and New Revenue Solutions.

The unit has been set up to drive both new and incremental revenue by non-traditional methods and will begin its activities early in 2004. UKRD group local sales director Campbell Grant says it will be a critical part of the company's ambitious growth plans in the years ahead and that the unit's specialist nature and the roles that form part of it needed a "specialist in the field".


Starcom Motive has made Nilufar Fowler its new group account director to head up the Honda, Dollond & Aitchison and Liverpool Victoria Friendly Society accounts. Fowler joined the agency at the beginning of December from Zenith Optimedia, where she was business director on L'Oreal, New Line Cinema and Allied Bakeries. Before that she was a planner/buyer at John Ayling and Associates, having worked on Allied Dunbar, Kimberley Clarke and Telegraph Newspapers.

Media Audits has promoted Pip Hainsworth to deputy managing director, Tony Emment to media director, and Mark Gay to head of analysis. The company said the promotions recognised their contribution to this year's growth.

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