Maxus appoints MCHI's Stephanie Marks to new client services role

LONDON - Maxus has hired MCHI's media account director Stephanie Marks for the newly created role of client services director.

James Jennings, joint managing director of Maxus
James Jennings, joint managing director of Maxus

Marks will work on the agency's Fiat and Alfa Romeo account, which shifted out of sister WPP agency Mediaedge:cia and into Maxus last year. She will report to Maxus joint managing director James Jennings.

Marks ran the Carphone Warehouse account at MCHI, and before, that was a media director at PHD for seven years, running the Sainsbury’s, Harrods, Heal’s and The Economist accounts.

Lindsay Weedon, chief executive of Maxus, said: "We’re delighted that someone of Stephanie’s calibre is joining Maxus. She forges fantastic client relationships, is a great team player, and will be a valuable addition to the expanding Maxus team."

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