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Publicis Mojo Appoints Additional Talent

Publicis Mojo Appoints Additional Talent To Service New Business

Publicis Mojo has appointed two new senior Account Directors to service the agency’s recent new business wins and drive growth in the area of sales promotion.

Kate Fulton-Brown (29) has been appointed to Account Director and will head Mojo’s recently-won Nescafé account, while Tim Parkman has been appointed General Manager of Triangle Communications, Publicis Group’s sales promotion division, and will be the Team Leader on the Nestlé-Purina Petfoods account.

Publicis Group Director, Paul McElwain, says the Group is delighted to have added both Kate and Tim’s strategic talents and global experience to the business.

“Their appointments provide increased senior-level strength among our ranks and we are certainly excited by their arrivals going into the new year,” he says.

Previously, Regional Account Director for North America and Global projects, for D’Arcy Advertising in Paris, Kate has spent the last six years working on FMCG brands such as Uncle Ben’s and Whiskas.

The new head of Triangle Communications, Tim Parkman, joins the Publicis Group from DDB and brings with him a unique combination of brand advertising and sales promotion experience.

Most recently, Account Director for McDonalds Restaurants at DDB, Tim was responsible for the strategic direction of the brand. Prior to that Tim worked in sales promotions at WOW Factor, and ran his own promotions company in the United Kingdom.

As the head of Triangle Tim will be responsible for running the business and new business development.

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