Movers & shakers

Fortune magazine has announced two new appointments to its European sales department. Carina Larsson joins Fortune as UK sales executive and Lee-Ann Forbes has been appointed ad sales assistant. Both will be based in TIME-LIFE International Ltd’s headquarters in London. Larsson joins from Huson International Media, where she was sales manager since 2000.

IPC’s TV listings division, IPC tx, has appointed Capital Radio network sales manager, Marc Beeney as its advertising director. He will take responsibility for advertising and sponsorship revenues across the tx portfolio, which includes What’s on TV, TV Times , TV & Satellite Week and Soaplife. Prior to his time at Capital, Beeney was head of agency sales in the group classified division of the National Magazines Company.

IPC advertising group classified ad sales director Cathy Neale is to join the board of IPC Country & Leisure Media. Its portfolio of specialist titles includes Country Life, Amateur Photographer and Yachting World. Neale is responsible for all aspects of IPC Advertising’s classified ad business.

Haymarket Consumer Magazines has promoted Mark Hanrahan to group advertising manager across Four Four Two and Rip & Burn magazine. He previously worked on Stuff magazine as admanager and Four Four Two as advertising manager and commercial manager with responsibility for all advertising and special projects revenues.

Peugeot has appointed Andy Sutton as its new marketing director. He replaces Jon Goodman , who will take up the position of corporate communications and external relations with PSA Peugeot Citroen from January.

Digital communications agency Pod1 has appointed Rebeka Fiona Lucas as a key account manager. She will be supporting clients such as Uniqlo, Hachette Filipacchi, Chrysalis, Paramount, Tesco Personal Finance and Autotrader

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