Liverpool Biennial has recruited Louise Garforth, a former senior exec with Marketing Cheshire as its new head of development and Carly Townsend, formerly with the Tate Liverpool as marketing and communications officer.
Bauer Media has announced that Gary Stein is to leave the company after only five months as director of music for its Bauer Place stations. He is to take up the position of managing editor for Heart London from August.
Clear Presentations has appointed Dino Moutsopoulos as its new business development manager.
He’s previously been commercial development manager at Age UK and business development manager for Don’t Panic as well as chair of Musicians without Borders UK.
Fig Creative has made 4 appointments and doubled the size of its office.
Based in Glossop, it’s created 2 new roles to support the expansion, with Tom Lay, formerly of Refresh PR named account executive and Kim Hubbell the agency’s new graphic designer.
Manchester digital agency mmadigital has added two new recruits to its team. Gillian Howard, who joins as legal digital specialist, trained as a solicitor and has had spells at claims management business Mobile Doctors and Ozon Solicitors.
A news website in Cumbria is one of five hyperlocal sites to have received a £10,000 grant from the Carnegie Trust. Cybermoor, a community website for the residents of Alston Moor, was set up in 2003 as a co-operative project and also operates a wifi broadband network and other services for locals.
Full service digital agency CTI Digital has made a series of new appointments and promotions. Neil Dring joins from Wonder Associates as a senior project manager and will look after a number of international Drupal clients.
Full service agency Amaze, which has offices in Manchester and Liverpool, has made two senior appointments. Former head of Amaze PR, Sandra McDowell, takes on the role of managing director of Amaze Communications reporting to Amaze CEO, Natalie Gross.