NCR names VPs

On the moveClientsNCR Canada has announced several senior management appointments.Joe McGlynn has been named vice-president of a newly created function, alliance marketing.McGlynn is responsible for building and strengthening ncr's relationships with other players in the high-tech field.Jeffrey Morse has been named...

On the move

Clients

NCR Canada has announced several senior management appointments.

Joe McGlynn has been named vice-president of a newly created function, alliance marketing.

McGlynn is responsible for building and strengthening ncr’s relationships with other players in the high-tech field.

Jeffrey Morse has been named vice-president of a customer service division.

Louis Obrigavitch becomes vice-president of a new strategic marketing division.

è Mohawk Oil of Vancouver has named Jeff Campbell as director of marketing and communications.

Before the appointment, announced March 22, Campbell was manager of advertising and promotions.

In his new post, Campbell will be responsible for implementing programs related to the environment.

Mohawk operates 250 gas stations from northern Ontario to Vancouver Island.

Media

Dave Taylor, co-founder 12 years ago of Taylor-Tarpay Direct Advertising, the direct marketing agency, has opened new offices in Toronto.

Taylor left Taylor Tarpay at the end of February.

His new business offers consultation in direct and database marketing, strategy and creative and the development and expansion of databases.

è Societe Radio-Canada has consolidated its national sales department’s network and selective sales services.

Each src client will be assigned a representative who will offer the full range of src products.

Also, a national account executive’s position has been created to co-ordinate advertising opportunities and to provide follow-up for heavy users of tv advertising.

è WHERE Magazines International has made two new appointments.

Kerry Mitchell is promoted to the new position of vice-president, magazines, from marketing director of WHERE Magazines.

Mitchell has worked at The Toronto Star, Chatelaine magazine and The Financial Post.

Anna Rovazzi, who takes over as marketing director, joined WHERE from Southam, where she was director of corporate sales and marketing. Rovazzi has also worked for Canon Office Equipment and Imperial Oil.

è The new vice-president, radio, at the Canadian Association of Broadcasters is Jane Logan.

For the last three of her 10 years at Telesat Canada, Logan was vice-president, business development at Telesat Enterprises.