Liverpool-based marketing agency Mint Umbrella has announced two new appointments to their fast growing team. Melissa Dilworth, who has recently relocated to the North West from the USA, becomes Mint’s new Head of Marketing while Stephen Clare has been appointed Social Media Manager.
Weber Shandwick’s Manchester office MD, Jo Leah, has been appointed Chair of English Regions and Wales for the company. Leah has pulled in support for the role from one of the country’s top communicators and lobbyists Jon McLeod.
Bauer Media has announced new appointments and a regional restructure as Yorkshire MD Tracy Eastwood bows out. Cath Ellington and Steve King have been appointed in commercial and business development roles following Bauer Media's promotion of Graham Bryce.
UTV Media has appointed Dave Bethell to become the voice of all 13 of its local radio stations.
The two-time Sony Radio Academy Gold award-winner will provide voiceovers for all station imaging, promotions and trailers.
Tommy Nagra, the head of television, religion & ethics in Salford is to leave at the end of the year to become head of business development for BBC Birmingham.
It marks a return for Nagra, who started his career at Pebble Mill in the 90s before joining Maverick Television
Leeds-based digital agency Coolpink has three new additions to its team. The appointments follow three new business wins - from The Costcutter Group, luxury knitwear brand Needle, and the online purveyor of meats and grocery products, Farmison & Co.
Lancashire marketing communications consultancy Freshfield has recruited two new executives. Laura Cullen joins Freshfield as PR executive from Altius Group, a specialist brokers in business sale transactions, where she headed up the PR and marketing team.
In the latest reshuffle at Johnston Press, former assistant editor of the The Star in Sheffield, Chris Burton, has been appointed as group editor of South Yorkshire Newspapers.The series of titles includes the Doncaster Free Press, South Yorkshire Times, Epworth Bells and Doncaster Star.
Andrew Lydiatt, the former technical service director at Communisis has joined Sheffield-based marketing communications firm, ProCo.
Lydiatt is credited with helping Communisis move into digital colour printing and in his new senior project management role, he’ll be working on the “smooth integration of new business” and delivering ProCo's “innovative technology solutions.”