JCDecaux exec moves to Admedia

LONDON - Outdoor operator Admedia has appointed JCDecaux Airport's commercial director, Mark Stinson, as finance and operations director.

JCDecaux exec moves to Admedia
JCDecaux exec moves to Admedia

Stinson comes to the newly-created role after 19 years at JCDecaux Airport, where he managed both the finance and operations areas of the business as well as IT and legal issues.

Admedia is also now looking to expand its 20-strong sales team, with a further five key appointments including sales group heads.

Jonathan Naggar, chief executive of Admedia, said the company was working to “significantly expand” over the next 12 months and that Stinson’s appointment “will enable the business to take full advantage of the opportunities ahead”.

Since its creation 12 years ago, Admedia now operates 25,000 washroom displays, as well as six-sheets and bespoke brand promotions in a range of shopping centres, bars and clubs, and health clubs.

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