Abc Media appoints Richard Rowley to top sales role

LONDON - Retail marketing agency Abc Media has appointed former Titan executive Richard Rowley to the new role of senior sales manager.

Richard Rowley, senior sales manager, Abc Media
Richard Rowley, senior sales manager, Abc Media

Rowley, who has around 15 years of media experience  was previously head of sales at Atmad, the digital outdoor specialist. He had  also worked at Titan, the outdoor company, in a department head role.

Rowley will report to Jonathan Southcombe, the company's managing partner.

The retail marketing agency also acts as a sales house for a number of retailers including the Co-operative and Spar.

Clients across the Abc Media business include Unilever, P&G, Mindshare, Nestle and Coca-Cola.

 

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