Once again we compile the most senior, surprising and influential job moves in the UK.

This time we cover appointments at Heinz, Google+ and Kraft, and a new role at Visa Europe as it gears up for the London 2012 Olympics.


MEC has hired Michael Dick as its head of strategy for global solutions in London. Dick replaces Charlie Wright, who is transferring to MEC in Singapore.

Kraft Foods has appointed Jo Bradley as its UK head of communications as maternity cover for Lindsay Wright.

Heinz has appointed Giles Jepson as its chief marketing officer. He replaces Matt Hill who has been promoted to president of Heinz UK & Ireland.

Google has hired Cristian Cussen as its head of marketing for Google+ in EMEA. Cussen was previously director for content and marketing at MySpace.

Visa Europe has appointed Neil Henderson as head of its media relations team as it prepares for a sustained communications drive in the run up to the Olympics.

Muller Dairy has appointed Michael Inpong as its marketing director to lead the brand's £30m marketing programme across its yoghurt portfolio.


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David Moth

Published 27 April, 2012 by David Moth

David Moth is Editor and Head of Social at Econsultancy. You can follow him on Twitter or connect via LinkedIn

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UK Jobs Guide

Some extra jobs news online group consumerchoices.co.uk recently appointed Jean Baptiste Huguenin as their country manager for France and Alicia Navas as their country manager for Spain, both appointments located in the UK as the company looks to expand into Europe.

over 6 years ago


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I think Good Sharing! I just wanted to say huge thanks for the article. I don’t know well about the western countries. I think UK compiles the influential and surprising jobs. Thanks for this magnificent post.

over 6 years ago

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