People on the Move

The Journal (Newcastle, England), October 10, 2003 | Go to article overview

People on the Move


Contact centre and marketing fulfilment company 2Touch has appointed GARETH JONES to the position of new business sales director in Sunderland.

Bringing with him a sales background in the outsourced contact management environment, Gareth most recently worked as business development manager with Broadsystem.

Members and visitors to Greens Health and Fitness Brasserie in Gosforth will soon be able to enjoy a new menu, thanks to chef PAUL CARDWELL - recently appointed as new head chef at The Brasserie.

Paul, 21, of Newbiggin Hall, will soon be serving up a whole range of daily specialities to tantalise the taste buds.

A second project director has been appointed by the company spearheading a pounds 1.5bn regeneration of the Tees Valley.

SARAH ROBSON has joined Tees Valley Regeneration in the senior role which carries key responsibilities for the company on a number of initiatives which will bring investment and new jobs to the sub region.

Sarah, 32, will be responsible for the Victoria Harbour project at Hartlepool and Northbank at Stockton.

Four new recruits are joining Gateshead Council, and will strengthen its communications team.

Heading up the council's media relations team is senior communications officer RACHEL WOODCOCK who joins from a career in magazines.

Also joining the media team are communications executive SAM REED and communications assistant KATY KIDSON.

KAREN WAKE also joins the council as a new campaign communications officer for fostering and adoption.

Bradford-born Sam Reed leaves a position as an account manager for local PR agency Persuasion PR.

Psychology graduate Katy Kidson leaves behind a role at Metro newspaper where she was responsible for compiling entertainment listings. …

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