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British Heart Foundation | Company Profile, Marketing Contacts, Media Spend, Brands




The British Hear Foundation is a non-profit which invests in research for heart-related heath issues, provides support for and improves the quality of life for those living with related illnesses.

Main Telephone 0207 554 0000
Main Fax 020 7486 5820
Primary Address
Greater London House
180 Hampstead Road
London, London NW1 7AW
England

British Heart Foundation Contacts

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Simon G. Chief Executive Officer London
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Address: Greater London House
180 Hampstead Road
London, London
NW1 7AW
England

Carolan D. Marketing & Engagement Director London
Lawrence B. Director, Fundraising Excellence & Innovation London
Maria S. Communications Manager London
Philip J. Marketing Communications Planning Manager London

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Decision Makers Round Up, featuring Harveys, Schroders, Jumeirah Group and Amazon


Below is a compilation of Decision Makers on the Move from the past week. The recap can also be accessed under “Decision Makers

Net-A-Porter

Decision Maker: Appointed Alex Alston to head of marketing EMEA, several months after appointing creative agency ODD. He comes from Charlotte Tilbury Beauty, where he was head of marketing and communications for North America, and will ideally use his fashion and digital experience to boost ROIs for the luxury company.

Contact: Mr Alex Alston, Head, Marketing EMEA, alex.alston@net-a-porter.com

Harveys

Decision Maker: The vulnerable account as appointed Henry Swift as head of marketing for Harveys.

This follows losing marketers and reviewing its media requirements earlier this quarter. Digital and creative agencies should be approaching now.

Contact: Mr Henry Swift, Head of Marketing, Harveys, henry@harveysfurniture.co.uk

British Heart Foundation

Decision Maker: Throughout this year, the non-profit has drastically increased desktop and video ad spending. This month, the company worked with Twitter on a social media campaign to raise awareness of cardiac treatments in association with 'Restart a Heart Day.' The spending shift to online will ideally continue into their H1 peaks, when fundraising and donations pick up.

Contact: Ms Amy Sharples, Senior Digital Marketing Manager, sharplesa@bhf.org.uk

Schroders

Decision Maker: After VAI, Schroders has named Guy Henriques as country head for UK after 15-year MD Robin Stoakley stepped down. 

Contact: Mr Guy Henriques, Country Head, UK, guy.henriques@schroders.com

The Kids Food Company

Decision Maker: Soon after joining as head marketer, Deepa Lalji is already looking to grow its marketing team with plans to hire a global marketing manager. The to-be-hired marketer will be responsible for UK consumer marketing plans, advertising campaigns, sampling, and checking that brand identity is consistent, according to the job post. 

Contact: Ms Deepa Lalji, Marketing Director, @thekidsfoodcompany.com

Cass Art

Decision Maker: Ahead of the back-to-school season (mid-July through early/mid-September), the art supplier has hired Stuart Anderton as marketing director. 

Contact: stuarta@cassart.co.uk

Isagenix International

Decision Maker: Hired former Avon and Herbalife marketer Luana Conte as its European marketing director to lead the American company's launch into the UK.  Her specialities cover direct and digital marketing and brand management. 

Contact: ​luana@isagenixcorp.com

SoundCloud

Decision Maker: Hired former Ticketmaster and PlayStation marketer Matt Webster as head of international marketing after +five-year head of brand marcomms Mark Dewings left the company.

Contact: matthew.webster@soundcloud.com

Anchor Trust

Decision Maker: Six-year head marketer Sue Ayton has left the non-profit and is replaced with property sales specialist Phillip Hulme, who joins as head of sales and marketing.

Contact: phillip.hulme@anchor.org.uk

Laundrapp

Decision Maker: Lost its head of marketing, Angela Tang, startup is entering its third year and is already in more than 100 towns and cities in the UK.

Contact: Mr Edward Relf, Founder & CEO, ​ed@laundrapp.com

The Royal College of Art

Decision Maker: Christopher Millard, current director of press and communications for the Royal Opera House, is set to join the college in Jan. 2017 as director of communications and marketing. His vast experience in national non-profits and education will greatly come in handy for the RCA as it looks to expand.

Contact: Mr Christopher Millard, Director, Communications & Marketing, chris.millard@rca.ac.uk

Hofmeister

Decision Maker: After more than a decade off the market, the beloved beer is poised to return to Britain's pubs as a craft ale. In association with the return, Hofmeister has brought on Zoe Howorth, formerly of Coca-Cola, to lead as marketing director.

Contact: Ms Zoe Howorth, Marketing Director, zoe@hofmeister.co.uk

John Lewis

Decision Maker: As Mark Lewis, retail director, leaves to become Moneysupermarket's boss and Andy Street, MD, leaves for a political career, John Lewis is promoting head marketer Paula Nickolds.

She will succeed Street in January, making her the first female MD at the retailer in 152 years at a time when profits have fallen 31% in H1. 

Contact: Ms Paula Nickolds​, Commercial Director and MD from 01 January, 2017, ​paula_nickolds@johnlewis.co.uk

Amazon

Decision Maker:  It looks like sinking ship Samsung, but are happy to learn that Amazon is stepping it up a notch after its crazy success the last two years.

Amazon has hired a head marketer for nearly every division in the last six months after appointing the new UK boss Douglas Gurr. New marketers have included new web services head marketer Tim Shorrocks, hardlines marketer Lucy Elvin and fashion marketer Christian Dy. More shifts could come too as Amazon considers launching a broadband offering in Europe and plans to expand Amazon Fresh and play a larger role in grocery. 

Contact: Mr Doug Gurr, UK Country Manager, dgurr@amazon.com

Moneysupermarket 

Decision Maker: The price comparison site has found its new boss, naming former John Lewis' retail director Mark Lewis as CEO to replace outgoing boss Peter Plumb from May 2017. 

Contact: Mr. Darren Bentley, Director, Marketing , darren.bentley@moneysupermarket.com

Europasonic

Decision Maker: Less than a year after appointing Head of Operations Chris Parkinson, the company has brought on Anna Wilkinson as head of marketing.

Contact: Ms Anna Wilkinson, Head, Marketing, ​anna.wilkinson@europasonic.com

Reassured

Decision Maker: Promoted Colin Simmonds to head of marketing just five months after he joined as head of product development. His skills lie in digital which can be crucial to Reassured as ot looks to reach a wide range of consumers.

Contact: Mr Colin Simmonds, Head, Marketing, colin.simmonds@reassured.co.uk

Jumeirah Group

Decision Maker: Current general manager of Jumeirah Carlton Tower in London, Katie Benson, is adding regional VP for Europe to her role. Incumbent Doris Grief returns to Dubai to take up her new role of SVP of operations for Middle East, Africa and South Asia.

Contact: Ms Dagmar D. Noe, Director of Sales and Marketing, dagmar.noe@jumeirah.com

SuperGroup

Decision Maker: Former Dyson global marketing head Hugo Adams left his role at M&S to join SuperGroup as head of marketing and business development, a newly-created position. He will take the lead on bolstering the brand and driving its lifestyle branding

Contact: Mr Hugo Adams, Head, Marketing & Business Development, hugo.adams@supergroup.co.uk

British Airways

Decision Makers: Current Head of Marketing, Loyalty, Retail and Direct Channels Sara Dunham will step down at the end of the year after 15 years with BA. Instead of directly replacing her, Chief Commercial Officer Adam Daniels will appoint a new head of marketing, allowing Head of Loyalty Rob McDonald to cover the role on the interim, while a new head of digital will soak up some of her other responsibilities. 

Amanda Phillips, current head of content and marketing operations, is also leaving the airline to join Jaguar Land Rover after less than a year in the role

Contact: adam.daniels@ba.com

Young Living

Decision Maker: The vulnerable account is searching for a marketing director in London -- someone who will "be responsible for a company rather than a department," according to the job post. The search for this decision maker takes place several months after YL lost its head European marketer, appointed chief marketer Jared Turner as COO and Joey Nanto as VP of Europe. This summer, YL lost its EU MD Peter Kropp to Isagenix and its EU marketing manager Christine Littlewood to LEELA. Lindsey Elmore took on the role as interim director of marketing for Europe in April, adding to her role as director of global education and European events.

Contact: lelmore@youngliving.com

NearSt

Decision Maker: After launching its website and mobile app this July, the start up appointed Adam Dunkley as CTO. His skills in software development and engineering suggest a digital shake up to come.

Contact: Mr Adam Dunkley, CTO, adam@near.st