…as ACP backs up its recent restructure with a few promotions; Air New Zealand welcomes a new board member; 3d Interactive enlists the services of another human; and The Sweet Shop adds an awarded director to its global ranks. More new roles than a bakery
Following on from its major restructuring in January, ACP Magazines has announced the promotion of Jackie Campbell and Amber Ardern to the newly created roles of group sales and marketing managers (GSM) for women’s and men’s lifestyle titles and for premium and specialist titles, respectively.
They will take control of the marketing teams and advertising magazine managers for all titles in their portfolio.
Both divisions have also appointed assistant brand managers (Aleisha Hall for women’s and men’s titles and Jessica Allan for the specialist titles to support the GSMs and provide specific brand planning for each masthead in the division.
ACP also announced that Toni Ellwood, group marketing manager for Woman’s Day, The Australian Women’s Weekly and Lucky Break will take a leadership role in developing 30 Days of Fashion & Beauty 2011 campaign.
Dawson flies the Kiwi skies
Jan Dawson, currently the chair and chief executive of KPMG, will join the board of Air New Zealand on 1 April. Dawson has more than 30 years experience as a lead audit partner with many of New Zealand’s major companies as well as experience in the UK and Canada and has more recently been a regional board member of KPMG Asia Pacific, a board member of KPMG Australia and a councillor of KPMG International. She is also chair of Yachting New Zealand and deputy chair of Counties – Manukau District Health board, amongst a number of community involvements.
Air New Zealand chairman John Palmer said it was great to be able to attract one of the country’s outstanding financial professionals to continue the board renewal process. John McDonald is retiring and will leave the board at the end of March.
“John has been an enormously respected member of the board for the past nine years. His contribution, particularly in the finance and superannuation areas, has been very significant and he leaves with the very best wishes of the board and the whole company.”
3dinteractive has appointed Kim Charette-Duck as business development manager. Duck ran a small web design consultancy prior to joining 3di and prior to this she was an account director at The Radio Bureau.
Contact Kim at: firstname.lastname@example.org or 09 920 1753
The Sweet Shop has added award-winning director Mario Zozin to its roster for global representation and management (ex his home market of Germany).
While in television and then recently in film school, Zozin, who grew up in the small town of Remagen, Germany and spent several years acquiring knowledge and hands-on production experience in all facets of filmmaking in the nearby city of Cologne, developed a powerful ability to capture intensity of emotion via cinematic narratives. And among his impressive achievements to date have been a silver at Cannes 2008 for his Adidas – Pure Performance spot, and the Cannes Young Director Award in 2009 for his short Oleg – Life of a Weightlifter. He picked up further two Gold Lions in 2010 for his Hamburg Philharmonic Orchestra commercial.
Paul Prince, chief executive/founding partner is a big fan of Mario, and calls him “a director who can drive an idea with powerful emotion and visual elegance”.
“Mario is a delightful young director, who is old beyond his years in maturity while being fresh and totally modern both in style and his working practice,” says Stephen Dickstein, global president/managing partner. “We have barely begun to send out his work and have already gotten a fantastic reaction from top creatives.”