Fuse, part of Omnicom Media Group, strengthens its board with new senior appointments. Fuse appointed Simon Bell, who joins from Momentum, as Managing Partner, Entertainment. Bell brings 20+ experience in brand and customer marketing for clients in their work across music, film, theatre, arts and culture and broader entertainment partnerships. James English has also been promoted to Managing Partner, Sport (previously Partner in the sport division) after joining the company in 2014 to help oversee the growth and development of client portfolios, such as Nissan, PepsiCo and Enterprise Rent-a-Car’s UEFA partnerships.
The Miroma Group, the global independent marketing services group, has this week made two senior appointments for newly created roles, to spearhead business development and client partnerships for the Group’s sports and entertainment offering. Matt Highfield joins as Business Development Director Velvett Stratford-Wright becomes Partnership Director, bringing extensive expertise and passion for sport to The Miroma Group as the Group looks to define the future of partnership marketing for its clients.
Theorem, a full-service flexible digital marketing solutions provider, has expanded its senior team with the addition of Reem Al-Basri, who joins to lead in the company’s London office as the Head of Digital Media Strategy. Reem’s focus is on growing the UK business with a particular emphasis on expanding Theorem’s client base in the retail and D2C sectors.
Media Zoo continues to strengthen its senior team with the appointment of Giles Smith as Managing Director, Neil Carter as Chief Financial Officer and Jason Gallucci as Global Creative Director. Giles, who was formerly at QA Ltd, has spent the last twelve months building Media Zoo’s sales team whilst Jason, former CEO of Lexis as well as MD of Edelman (Middle East) and TBWA Ketchum (Middle East), has been developing Media Zoo’s cross divisional offer. Neil brings his private equity experience to help Media Zoo continue its fast growth story.
Envoy, the workplace platform that helps teams manage hybrid work announced the news that former HubSpot and Salesforce executive David McNeil has joined the company as Chief Revenue Officer. From July 18th, David will take charge of the revenue and growth strategy for the company that is making hybrid work easier for all. He will oversee expansion efforts, which include breaking new ground in the commercial real estate market and positioning the company to operate in every workplace in the world.