On The Move – Weekly Roundup

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

After nearly three years as executive creative director at Havas Worldwide Toronto, JON FREIR joined DentsuBos‘ Toronto office as creative director. Frier has also held positions at McLaren Momentum, Publicis and BBDO.

Thomas Lecordier, EVP, integration at BCP.

THOMAS LECORDIER returned to Publicis Worldwide’s BCP as executive vice-president, integration to oversee client services. Lecordier held several senior positions within BCP from 2000 to 2010 before moving over to H2.0 Communications, followed by stints at Leo Burnett and Ogilvy & Mather.

TBWA\Toronto hired KRISTINA ROTOLO as interactive producer. She joined the agency from Critical Mass where she held the project manager position for one year and managed the Nissan and Infiniti USA account.

Hill+Knowlton Strategies Canada added art director ISAIAH LIM to its Toronto office. He joined H+K from Proximity Canada where he completed an internship in the agency’s creative department.

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