NEWS8 July 2011

People on the move


The latest appointments and promotions in the global research and insight industry.

IFAK (Germany) has appointed Ulrike Dulinski as account director for health research. She was previously senior consultant and research director at healthcare specialist Go Research.

GfK Healthcare (UK) has appointed David Mackenzie, former MD of Adelphi International Research, as global head of country strategic development.

Ogilvy CommonHealth Worldwide (US) has promoted Brad Davidson as general manager of insights and analytics.

Online researcher Tpoll (UK) has hired Matthew Hurst, ex-Toluna, as client service director and Indre Mikelionyte, ex-WorldOne, as project manager.

MarketShare (US) has appointed Dirk Beyer, a former science fellow at DemandTec, as senior vice president of analytics and modelling.

RS Consulting (UK) has promoted project manager Kate Downer to associate director and Reena Nemchand to senior research executive.

The Futures Company (US) has appointed Adam Salter to its innovation practice.

Lightspeed Research has appointed Paul Wong, former general manager of Jump Web Services, as senior vice president of business development in Hong Kong.

Toluna’s North America president George Terhanian has been appointed to the board of directors of the Advertising Research Foundation.

OgilvyOne Melbourne has named David Pountney as business director for data and analytics. He was previously managing partner of marketing consultancy Torque.

MarketVision (US) has promoted Marsha Calloway-Campbell to vice president.

B2B International (UK) has appointed Julia Cupman as director responsible for North American strategy and operations and Oliver Truman as director responsible for IT.

Virginia-based research agency Office Remedies has hired John Kagia, ex-Market Connections, as director for strategy and insight.

Radius Global has appointed Nitin Ladva as research director for EMEA. He was previously client service director for Synovate, based in Dubai.

The Pert Group, based in the US, has opened a London office headed by Chris Bromham, a former research director for Synovate.