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

This time we cover appointments at Kraft Foods, OgilvyOne, The Rubicon Project and Scout Media.


Kraft Foods has hired former Kerry Foods chief marketing officer Phil Chapman. He will head up Kraft’s central and eastern Europe chocolate division.

Rocket Fuel has appointed Oliver Hülse, formerly managing director at Adconion Media Group, as managing director DACH.

David Pattison, former president of the IPA and founding partner of PHD, has joined content startup Gravity Road as its chairman.

The Rubicon Project has hired Brian Pike as CTO and Victoria von Szeliski as general counsel. Both join form similar roles at Ticketmaster.

OgilvyOne has promoted its chief executive, Annette King to UK chairman and chief executive of EMEA. 

Carat has appointed Matthew Hook as its chief strategy officer. Hook joins from Vizeum US as part of a management restructure that also includes the appointment of former Stella Artois marketer Jo Allan as the chief client officer.

Scout Media has hired former Radio Times ad director Andrew Mercer. Mercer will be tasked with developing tailored print ad packages for advertisers and bolstering Scout London’s integrated advertising proposition.


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David Moth

Published 18 May, 2012 by David Moth @ Econsultancy

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

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