Holmes Report 07 Aug 2017 // 1:44AM GMT
LONDON — Engine has hired Will Lowe to lead Fuel, its marketing data and analytics consultancy, and promoted former CEO Charles Ping to the new position of Chairman as the company targets further UK and international growth. Lowe joins Fuel from Callcredit Information Group, where he was MD of its marketing services division. These leadership changes come shortly after Fuel was appointed to the Domino’s data and CRM account following a competitive three-way pitch. Lowe’s remit will include continuing to grow the business in the UK whilst opening new revenue streams globally through the Engine network.
ROLLE — Swiss-based life science company Zaluvida Corporate AG has welcomed Daniel de Carvalho to its leadership team as global director of communications. The newly created position that Carvalho fills was inspired from steady growth in Zaluvida's flagship business units, which are active in the fields of antimicrobial resistance, obesity and reduction of greenhouse gas emissions. Carvalho's role was created to drive the group's external and internal communications and match the company's ambitious commercial strategy. Carvalho has led multi-disciplinary teams in over 40 markets and integrated external communications with with employee engagement. In his most recent positions, he generated significant brand exposure for Ryanair and Wizz Air.
LONDON – Jargon PR has announced its latest client win, Lobster Media, an AI-powered platform that enables brands, agencies and media outlets to license visual content directly from social media users and cloud archives.The media relations focused comapaign aims to raise the profile of Lobster and its services throughout the UK media, marketing and technology press. The firm is tasked with raising the profile of the company through news, thought leadership and executive profiling. London based Lobster was founded in 2013, and began with the idea to disrupt the content search and licensing sector to give businesses access to millions of user-generated imagery and videos.
BRUSSELS — Corporate reputation consultancy Fourtold has recruited communications expert Frederique Luca to support its rapid expansion in Brussels as well as Paul Meller as a media consultant. Luca has over 10 years in-house and consultancy experience and will play a leading role on its work with the European Crop Protection Association (ECPA) as well as helping spearhead the consultancy's growth. Prior to this role, she worked at Cambre Associates. Meanwhile Meller has worked at the New York Times and Dow Jones as a correspondent. He has also worked as communications director at Digital Europe and held a senior communications role at IBM. Additionally, Amy Johnson, Fourtold's Paris-based partner, has relocated to Boston. She will continue to support the firm's work with ECPA and grow the consultancy's North American activities.