On The Move – Weekly Roundup

A recap of who’s headed where in marketing communications. Cossette added eight digital specialists to its Toronto office. The new hires include copywriters HEATHER KINOSHITA and OWEN MILBURN; digital strategists KEVIN MCHUGH and LIZZY DABOUS; digital strategist and analyst JOHN FUNG; technology lead SOUMIK SEN; digital project management YULIA DANILOVA; and digital designer MIRZA SAKOVIC. […]

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

Cossette added eight digital specialists to its Toronto office. The new hires include copywriters HEATHER KINOSHITA and OWEN MILBURN; digital strategists KEVIN MCHUGH and LIZZY DABOUS; digital strategist and analyst JOHN FUNG; technology lead SOUMIK SEN; digital project management YULIA DANILOVA; and digital designer MIRZA SAKOVIC.

Cundari Group hired LUKE MOORE to oversee the Toronto agency’s media division, which launches this fall. Moore’s media experience includes stints with M2 Universal and Wills & Co., as vice-president managing director.

Women of Influence hired JAN FROLIC as associate publisher and vice-president of corporate partnerships. Frolic spent the last 16 years as president of Magazine Network Inc., a national advertising sales and consulting company.

Kaiser Lachance Communications added ROSELINE JOYAL-GUILLOT as account manager and JAMES DECOSIMO as account coordinator. Joyal-Guillot works on such accounts as Royal LePage, Cogeco Data Services, Sears Canada, Prince’s Charities and FICO. DeCosimo, meanwhile, is responsible for media relations and providing day-to-day support for several clients.

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