Appointments

Leeds agency Branded3 has strengthened its senior management team with three internal promotions. Former head of search Tim Grice has been promoted to director of search, with responsibility for driving search strategies for key accounts including Ladbrokes and Virgin Holidays.

Morrisons’ former online operations director George Dymond, who unexpectedly left the Bradford-headquartered retailer last month, has resurfaced at Tesco. Dymond joined from Australian supermarket chain Coles in the autumn amd was due to lead the day-to-day running of Morrisons’ online grocery service.

An events producer has been hired to promote Manchester and bring more people into the city centre.

It’s part of the Heart of Manchester Business Improvement District (BID), which is managed by CityCo.

Harrogate-based Acceleris has opened a new office on London’s Regent Street.

It's brought in business development executive, Sophie Sweerts, to head up the operation.

Regional newspaper publisher Local World has promoted Hull-based Nichola Glossop to become its new head of training.

Manchester based agency CTI Digital has appointed a new head of marketing. James Wilkinson, 26, joins the company after four years at Livelink New Media where he was instrumental in growing the marketing team from one employee to a team of six. 

Each week, Monday Moves collates all the recent job-related news on Prolific North, as well as running through all the new opportunities on our job board.

dock10 at MediaCityUK has appointed Malcolm Wall as its non-executive chairman. dock10 is a joint venture partnership between Peel Group and SIS.

Wall replaces David Holgate, who’s been on the board of the media services provider since its formation in 2010. He is now retiring.

Clare Briscall, formerly planning and research director at Madhouse Associates, has been named the new managing director of Lancashire agency A&P (Ainsworth & Parkinson). Briscall, who has over 20 years of agency experience including spells at BJL and Connectpoint, has been brought in to head up the 50-strong team spread between Preston and London.

Ben Pindar, deputy editor of the Yorkshire Business Insider, is to leave the monthly title to become communications director at Harrogate PR agency Northern Lights. Pindar will start his new role next week after 18 years in journalism.

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