Former Maiden sales boss moves across to JCDecaux

JCDecaux has confirmed the appointment of former Maiden national sales director Max Eburne and has further strengthened its sales team with new hires and promotions.

Eburne joins as associate director, (see Media Week, 14 February, page 8) and one of the seven-member the sales management board which reports to sales managing director, Spencer Berwin. Eburne will work in the central trading unit, headed by Daemon Brown. Also joining the sales board is Janice Fernandes, promoted for her work heading the company's £50m high-end large format business. Director of national sales Jamie Lindsay has increased his responsibilities to include working more closely with outdoor media agency Kinetic. The other board members are David Lambert, in charge of developing relationships with agencies and Yoko De Souza, head of client sales.

Decaux has recruited two more staff from Maiden. Rupert Fenton and Gemma Aherne have joined the team working on Decaux's Tesco contract. The company sells advertising on Tesco TV and holds the contract for six-sheet posters in 350 stores.

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