Appointments

Leeds-based integrated creative marketing agency Turn Key has bolstered its PR team with a trio of new recruits. 

The creative director and co-founder of Madhouse Associations, Phil Rogerson, has taken up a new role of elected council member to the Greater Manchester Chamber Council.

Marketing Liverpool has made two key appointments to bolster its team. Emma Bellis has been appointed as head of convention bureau while Joe Keggin has been appointed as press officer for the Visitor Economy.

Pixel8 has recruited its first business development director and earmarked £300,000 for investment as it targets revenue growth of 20% this financial year. The Manchester agency is on track to increase turnover in the 12 months to September 2014 from £1.3m to more than £1.5m as it celebrates its 15th anniversary.

Bauer Media has appointed Catherine Gort as marketing director for its Place Portfolio in Northern England and Scotland.
Gort was previously in charge of brand positioning for Place as head of radio marketing.

Label PR has kicked off ambitious plans for 2014 with a new digital division headed up by Jon Hunter.

Agency founder, Lee Bloor exclusively told Prolific North that Label Digital had already won a series of accounts, including Rare London and Lavish Alice, Heelberry, despite the department not officially launching until next week.

Sarah Curran MBE, the founder of My-Wardrobe.com, has joined Liverpool-based Shop Direct Group.

She’ll start as a director on Monday and has been appointed to “accelerate the development of the digital retailer’s luxury offer.” This includes Very.co.uk, Littlewoods.com and isme.com.

Capital Properties has announced the appointment of Libby Collingburn who’ll head up its marketing.
She’ll also run the company’s animation and events off-shoot, Capital Life. This part of the firm was behind the open-air cinema, Screenfields at Spinningfields as well as the Christmas ice rink.

Adele Lawton has joined Betfred.com as its new head of online marketing. Sunderland-born Lawton, who was previously commercial director at Playtech, has also held senior gaming sector roles with Gamesys, BSkyB, bet365 and Gala Coral.

Steve Berry will present the Real XS breakfast show from January. He takes over from Mike Sweeney who is moving to BBC Manchester.
“I saw a bright light in the sky and it drew me back to Manchester. I couldn’t be happier to return to the city, the music and the listeners I love,” said Berry.

Pages

Subscribe to Appointments