On The Move – Weekly Roundup

A recap of who’s headed where in marketing communications. JASON CHANEY joined Cossette’s Toronto office as senior vice-president, strategy. He was most recently vice-president of strategy at LG2 in Montreal. Prior to that, he was VP strategy and innovation at Tribal DDB, where he was the strategic lead on McDonald’s Canada’s breakthrough “Our Food, Your […]

A recap of who’s headed where in marketing communications.

JASON CHANEY joined Cossette’s Toronto office as senior vice-president, strategy. He was most recently vice-president of strategy at LG2 in Montreal. Prior to that, he was VP strategy and innovation at Tribal DDB, where he was the strategic lead on McDonald’s Canada’s breakthrough “Our Food, Your Questions” campaign.

PETER FURNISH joined Cineplex Entertainment as vice-president, marketing. He was most recently with Astral Television Networks, where he held the same position. Furnish has also held senior level positions at Virgin Mobile Canada, Labatt and The Walt Disney Company.

AOL Canada hired MARLA NATOLI as manager, video and mobile monetization. Natoli arrives from Olive Media where she managed mobile product and operations. She has also held similar positions at TorStar Digital and Postmedia. Natoli also made Marketing’s inaugural 30 Under 30 list.

Copywriters ANDREW PAYNE and ALEX BIRD joined Capital C. Bird was most recently with Taxi Vancouver. Payne spent the last two years working freelance with agencies such as JWT, Rethink and Cundari.

Karo Group added three new members to its team. MARK LUCAS joined the agency as senior digital art director, HELEN EADY joined as a digital art director and NANCY SMALL joined as a senior account director.

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