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Holland & Barrett is a chain of stores that specializes in health supplements, such as vitamins and protein powder.

Main Telephone 02476 244 400
Main Fax 02476 320 135
Primary Address
Samuel Ryder House
7 Barling Way
Nuneaton, Warwickshire CV10 7RH
England

Holland & Barrett Contacts

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Andy T. Chief Operating Officer Warwickshire
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Main Phone: 02476 244 400
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Address: Samuel Ryder House
7 Barling Way
Nuneaton, Warwickshire
CV10 7RH
England

Jane B. Finance Director Warwickshire
Emma M. Director, eCommerce Warwickshire
Lucille T. Category Manager - Sports Nutrition Warwickshire
Cillian C. Assistant Category Manager - Sports Nutrition Warwickshire

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Decision Makers Round Up, featuring Lifeways Group, Crest Garden, Nickelodeon and Lidl


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

British Furniture Manufacturers

Decision Maker: Appointed 30-year veteran marketeer Trevor Richards as its new sales and marketing manager. He will be responsible for member retention and recruitment, along with contributing to the overall growth of the association.

Contact: Mr Trevor Richards, Sales and Marketing Manager, trevor.richards@bfm.org.uk

Giti Tire

Decision Maker: Appointed UK GM Brian McDermott to a European sales and marketing director role, shared with Country Manager for Italy, Spain and Portugal Daria Sala della Cuna.

Contact: Mr Brian McDermott, General Manager, Sales & Marketing Director - Europe PCR, brian.mcdermott@gititire.com

Nickelodeon

Decision Maker: Appointed Marianne James as VP of commercial partnerships, consumer products and experiences. She will be responsible for commercialising Nickelodeon assets and properties within the UK and Ireland. So, expect more activity along the lines of the June TV push, in partnership with Chiquita Brands.

Contact: Ms Marianne James, VP, Commercial Partnerships, Consumer Products & Experiences, marianne.james@nickelodeon.co.uk

Azamara Club Cruises

Decision Maker: Appointed Bert Hernandez as COO, effective 31 October. He's spent the last three years as VP of planning, strategy and deployment for parent company Royal Caribbean and is no stranger to the cruise industry. He'll implement new programmes and voyages for the brand which could lead to additional marketing pushes, following in the foot steps of rival Carnival.

Contact: Ms Karen Sequeira, Head of Marketing and PR, ksequeira@azamaraclubcruises.com

Holland & Barrett

Decision Maker: Promoted eCommerce head Emma Mead to digital director weeks after appointing this Aug., to handle its digital business. 

Contact: Ms Emma Mead, Digital Director, emmamead@hollandandbarrett.com

Lidl

Decision Maker: After CEO Ronny Gottschlich left last month, 14- year veteran COO Martin Bailie is now moving on to other opportunities.

Contact: Ms Andrea Berzeviczy, Marketing & Advertising, andrea.berzeviczy@lidl.co.uk

Mitie Group

Decision Maker: Current CEO Ruby McGregor-Smith has decided to step down following a recent profit warning from the company. Veteran industry leader, Phil Bentley, will join as director in November and will take over as CEO in December.

Contact: Ms Lizzie Neave, Marketing Director, lizzie.neave@mitie.com

The Lad Bible

Decision Maker: Having only joined in Jan. 2015, Mimi Turner is stepping down as marketing director, leaving a void where a decision maker should be. 

Contact: Mr Stephen Mai, Head, Marketing, Brand & Design, stephen.mai@theladbible.com 

Christopher Kane

Decision Maker: On the heels of its 10th anniversary, the company promoted Nikolas Talonpoika to CEO, up from strategic marketing and media director, to succeed Sarah Crook. He'll report to Kering's group managing director, Jean-Francois Palus, and will be responsible for accelerating international expansion and the brand's identity.

Contact: Ms Grace Earl, Digital Content Coordinator, grace.earl@christopherkane.com

Nestle Skin Health

Decision Maker: Appointed veteran pharma marketeer Paul Navarre as CEO, effective 01 November, to replace outgoing Humberto Antunes.

Agencies should anticipate turnovers and new hires to follow over the course of the next six months.

Contact: Mr Peter Sonnekus-Williams, Chief Marketing Officer / Vice President Marketing & Communications, peter.sonnekus-williams@galderma.com

Hermes Group

Decision Maker: Brought on former Nexus Vehicle Rental marketer Sam Butterworth as head of marketing as we begin the logistics industry's busiest spending period in Q4 and Q1. Hermes Europe increased digital ad spend this year and could end up doing so again in 2017, so sellers should be ready come Q1.

Contact: Mr Sam Butterworth, Head, Marketing, sam.butterworth@hermes-europe.co.uk

Essential Fleet Services

Decision Maker: Brought on Chris Smith, who has 16 years of automotive experience in both advertising and vehicle leasing, as head of marketing. His full marketing remit will be promoting the company's offerings: specialist vehicle funding, fleet management, short-term rental and maintenance.

Contact: Mr Chris Smith, Head, Marketing, chris.smith@essentialfleet.co.uk

JudoPay

Decision Maker: The mobile financial company has recently appointed former P&G marketer Therese Baggas as marketing director, digital payments guru Kristin Hallstrom as VP of strategic partnerships, Ryan Farley as chief product officer and data specialist Afra Khan as chief data scientist. The latter two are based in the US.

Contact: Ms Therese Baggas, Marketing Director, therese.baggas@judopay.com

Sainsbury's Bank

Decision Maker: Promoted Yvonne Balfour from head of data and CRM to head of marketing transformation. She will be responsible for the overall strategy, including partnerships, that push the business forward.

Contact: Ms Yvonne Balfour, Head, Marketing Transformation, @sainsburysbank.co.uk

The Sofa & Chair Company

Decision Maker: Hired Lindsey Horle as head of marketing to oversee a team of more than 12 marketeers. She'll spearhead the branding, direct response and digital marketing strategy. Agencies ought to ring or message her soon to stay on her radar as she mulls things over.

Contact: lindsey@thesofaandchair.co.uk

Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles

Decision Makers: Appointed Sarah Cox as head of marketing for the commercial vehicle division, set to begin in December. Succeeding Kirsten Stagg, who will leave to join Škoda, Cox will oversee all product marketing, planning and new model launches covering communications, digital and events activity. 

Former agency-side marketer Colin Gray has also joined as national communications, retailer and digital marketing manager recently and will report directly to Cox. This summer, the division hired CRM expert Hans Rutlin as head of customer quality and network development to replace Rose Butterworth.

Contacthans.rutlin@vwcv.co.uk

 Group

Decision Maker: Hired OOH, marcomms specialist Suzanne Deakins as head of marketing.

Contact: suzanne.deakins@lifeways.co.uk

Pontoon Solutions

Decision Maker: Recently hired Marisa Kacary as SVP and global head of marketing, a newly-created role, based in the London office. This comes as Neil Jones returns to the subsidiary as EMEA MD after serving as Adecco's CEO in Australia. 

Contact:  marisa.kacary@pontoonsolutions.com

Optical Express

Decision Maker: Welcomed back former Transform Cosmetic Surgery marketer Steven Taylor as marketing director recently after 25 years away. He will now spearhead the company's brand identity, online and digital presence, communications and customer experience.

Contact: steventaylor@opticalexpress.com

Transform

Decision Makers: The company is bolstering its digital capabilities and recently lost longtime head marketer Steven Taylor to Optical Express. While his transition out takes place, longtime digital marketer Farida Shinwell has become acting head of marketing. 

Contact: farida.shinwell@transforminglives.co.uk

Brakes Group

Decision Maker: Hired Ton Christiannse as the new UK boss, succeeding Phil Wieland, who will leave in January 2017. Duncan Gibson, MD of corporate, public and logistics, will leave the company in January and his team will then report to Mr Christiannse.

Contact: Ms Heidi Easby, Category Marketing Director , heidi.easby@brake.co.uk

Hammerson 

Decision Maker: Appointed Mark Bourgeois as MD for the UK and Ireland, a newly created role, to be responsible for leasing, asset management and operations across shopping centre and retail parks portfolio in the region. His hire will initiate the departure of current Director of UK and Ireland Shopping Centres Martin Plocica in 2017

Contact:  mark.bourgeois@hammerson.com

Crest Garden

Decision Maker:  Promoted Natalie Searle to head of marketing to manage all marketing collateral after the company hired Natalie Stubbington as product manager for Flopro a few months earlier. 

Contact:  nsearle@crest-garden.com

Viaan Studios

Decision Maker: Hired Komal Tariq as head of global marketing this month, based in the UK, as the company plans to launch a series of casual and strategy mobile and console games to a "wider international game market,” beyond the 150 million mobile gamers in India.

Contact:  komal@vsnl.com