NEWS7 July 2010

People on the move


The latest appointments and promotions in the global market research and consumer insight industry. This week: The Leading Edge, ComScore, Netquest, Clean Design, Media Research Users Council, Jigsaw Research and Yankee Group.

The Leading Edge in Australia has added ERROL FLANAGAN as a senior consultant for branding and innovation. He joins the firm from Yello where he was strategy and innovation director and worked with clients including Nestle, Social Leadership Australia and Reckitt Benkiser.

ComScore has opened a new office in Madrid to serve the Spanish and Portuguese markets and hired JAIME AGULLO to lead it. He joins the web measurement firm from the Digital Measurement Council, and has had spells with Starcom MediaVest and Aegis Media.

Online panel provider Netquest has appointed PABLO SANCHEZ KOHN as business development manager for the Latin American Southern Cone, which consists of Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Paraguay, Peru and Uruguay. Kohn has previously worked at Ipsos Apoyo and Cimagroup (now Synovate).

BILL CAMPBELL has been promoted to vice president at US branding and design agency Clean Design, where he he will oversee all market research and brand strategy offerings. Campbell has been with the firm for 10 years and was most recently brand strategy director.

The Media Research Users Council in India has elected Tata Teleservices president LLOYD MATHIS as its new chairman. He takes over from ANDREY PURUSHOTTAM, who resigned midway through his two year term as chairman after changing jobs.

MONIQUE ROTIK has joined Jigsaw Research in the UK as a director in the senior level research team where she will head up the media and communications practice. Rotik has previously worked as a research director for TNS and Research International, as well as having a spell at Opinion Leader.

Research and analytics firm Yankee Group has hired seven new analysts in the shape of NICK HOLLAND, TED JULIAN, JOHN KEOUGH, CHRIS MARSH, SUSAN McNEICE, SANDRA PALUMBO and KEN REHBEHN.