Morris leaves Interflora for Costcutter marketing role

LONDON - Costcutter has appointed former Interflora communications executive Jill Morris to the newly created role of head of marketing.

Morris who has already joined the company will report to Angela Barber, the supermarket’s trading and marketing director.

She will be responsible for developing the marketing strategy, which includes TV advertising and web development.

Morris will be responsible for developing Costcutter’s marketing strategy, including its digital development and promotional offerings.

Prior to joining Costcuttter, Morris spent four years as head of communications at Interflora.

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