Recent Digital People Moves, Spring 2015

Here is a snapshot of some recent high profile digital people moves from the UK Digital and eCommerce marketplace. Recent High Profile Digital People Moves:

  • Simon Thompson x Morrisons.com joins HSBC as Gl Head of Digital Commerce
  • Ian Hood x Royal Sun Alliance joins Fidelity as Group Digital Officer
  • Jeremy Muras x Burberry joins Lion Capital as Digital Director
  • Chris Moran x Wolseley joins Levis as eCommerce Director Europe
  • Marco Preda x Ralph Lauren joins Diageo as GM Digital & eCommerce
  • Jim Mullens x William Hill Online joins Ladbrokes as MD Digital
  • Mark Felix x Sainsbury’s joins John Lewis as Director Online Trade
  • Mark Livingstone x LoveFilm joins Chemist Direct as CEO
  • Rob Jennings x Mamas & Papas joins Mars Petcare as eCommerce Director
  • Olivier Van Calster x Ancestry.com joins MBA & Co as Chief Operating Officer
  • Tony Rivenell x Waitrose joins Boots as Director Omni-Channel
  • Miriam Lahage x Peek & Cloppenburg joins Navabi as Chief Merchant
  • James Leeson x John Lewis joins Oak Furniture Land as Online Director
  • Yvonne Chien x Getty Images joins Abcam as Chief Digital Officer
  • Shingo Murakami x Rakuten joins Google Japan as Industry Leader
  • Bob McNinch x Vodafone joins BT at Online Director
  • Tom Daniell x Tesco joins Babylon Health as Marketing Director
  • Arif Harbott x Morrisons joins Booker Group as Chief Digital Officer

Current assignments that we are managing include:

  • Chief Digital Officer Global Retailer/Consumer Brand c. £200,000 + bonus + package
  • Director of Digital Propositions (eCommerce + Marketing) UK Retailer, c. £180,000 + bonus package
  • eCommerce Director – European M-Channel Retailer, c. £150,000 + bonus + package
  • Commercial Director – Start up/Performance Advertising Switzerland, c.£200,000 + bonus + package + equity

For more information, do get in touch, rupert@princedalepartners.com

Recent Digital Leader Moves and High Profile Appointments, June 2015
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