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Movers and Shakers: Snap, Reddit, Bauer, ITV, Ogilvy and more

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22.09.2021

Bountiful Cow has hired Adam Foley, the former ad chief of the Guardian, as its new chief executive.

McCann London CEO Sheryl Marjoram has left her role to become chief executive of Omnicom-owned rival DDB Group Sydney. Having spent two decades in the UK, the new role marks a return to her home country.

Grey London has bulked out its planning department and appointed joint heads of strategy, Annalisa Roy and Asad Shaykh, after a hiring spree by chief strategic officer Raquel Chicourel over the past couple of months.

Snap has appointed former Facebook marketing director, Leila Woodington, in a newly created position as director of business marketing for Europe and the Middle East (EMEA).

Former VCCP Media CEO Catherine Becker has landed a new role as UK chief executive of Freeda, a digital media agency which creates content for social media channels such as Instagram, Facebook, and TikTok.

Reddit launched its first UK brand campaign, marking a year since it opened its first UK office, and appointed the current marketing director of Tinder, Laurelle Potter, as UK general manager. Potter will start in October and said she is excited to “propel Reddit’s mission of bringing community and belonging to all”.

Engine Creative hired Charlie Hurrell to the newly created role of chief client officer, where she will lead account management and take overall responsibility for client partnerships. Previously,........

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