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Intermedia expands management team

Intermedia Brand Marketing, a provider of circulation marketing and distribution services, this week announced a number of internal appointments.

Author: News Desk

Posted on: 06 December 2018 08:33

Intermedia expands management team

Martyn Newton (on the left) and Neil Selby

Neil Selby is appointed to the newly created position of Account Director with effect from 2nd January, reporting to Commercial & Marketing Director, Jamie Wren. Neil joined Intermedia in 2017 having previously had a long career with distributor Comag.

In his new role, Neil will lead the development of Intermedia’s client service offer to retail newsstand clients, to deliver successful retail newsstand circulation strategies.

Martyn Newton is appointed to the newly created position of Marketing Operations Director with effect from 2nd January, reporting to Managing Director, John Bardsley.

Martyn will take overall responsibility for the development and delivery of the company’s marketing and business systems and will assume managerial responsibility for the ongoing development of their customer service offering, on behalf of subscription clients.

Toby Barrett is appointed to the role of Marketing Systems Executive with immediate effect. Having graduated from Plymouth University, Toby has since held a number of commercial and data analytical roles at British Airways. Toby will work closely with the client account management teams to enhance the development of market and data reporting on behalf of publishing clients.

Kelly Flockhart, having graduated from Warwick University this year, and following a period within the Customer Service team, has been appointed to the role of Subscription Account Executive with effect from 2nd January, where she will take account management responsibility for a number of key subscription clients.

Commenting on the appointments, Managing Director John Bardsley said, “I am delighted to be announcing these appointments today, further expanding our management team and underlining our ongoing commitment to delivering market leading levels of service to our publisher clients as we move into 2019 and beyond.”

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