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Movers and shakers: October 2012

Movers and shakers: October 2012


R.O.EYE sets the ball rolling for October’s movers and shakers. The affiliate marketing agency has seen quite the staff growth of late with five new hires in the last few weeks. It has also moved to new London premises in an attempt to better accommodate the additional team members.

Tom Holland has moved from ClickyMedia to become Marketing and Business Development Manager at R.O.EYE. Katy Hughes is the company’s new Publisher Recruitment Manager after a stint at Shepherds Friendly Society. She’s joined by new Financial Controller, Katey Bell, who was previously at Barcrest Games.

nonstopConsulting’s UK operations will now be headed up by new UK Country Manager, Jules Bazley. He’ll be hoping past experience at will stand him in good stead at the performance marketing agency as it looks to build on an award-wnning year.

Digital Window changes

Digital Window lost two of its directors last month to the same employer. Gavin Wilson is now Managing Director UK and Matthew Downs is UK Sales Director at Sociomantic Labs. The German company specialises in real-time bidding solutions for advertisers across the world.

There have also been two internal promotions at Digital Window. Dawn Quigg has been given a lift from Team Leader to Account Director. The move may have been the catalyst for Rachel Higgins taking the position vacated by Quigg.

Susan Robertson has left LBi, formerly bigmouthmedia, after five years of service where she was Senior Affiliate Marketing Manager. Robertson is now Digital & Media Manager at Scotland’s national tourism agency, VisitScotland.

New Greenlight CFO

Greenlight, has appointed former BBC Studios and Post Productions’ commercial and Finance Director, Warren Newbert, as chief financial officer. He’ll be hoping to help boost the digital marketing agency’s recent £9 million income posting.

330 Lines Founder, Simon Baptist, has opted to join Adknowledge as Interim Marketing Director, Europe. He’ll be doing the two roles side by side, with both companies having a core focus on Facebook and the way users interact over the social network.

KidStart were forced to hunt for a new Partnership Manager after Steve Lownds vacated the position. Lownds is now Head of Affiliates at Draftfcb, a global advertising agency network, that’s owned by Interpublic Group.

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Simon is the news and research reporter at Existem. Previously a technology journalist, he now spends his time investigating both future and developing trends in performance marketing whilst producing editorial content for

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