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AGENCIES: Toronto-based agency AMW Direct has added to its ranks with three recent appointments. Pamela Davis has been named account director, working on the TD Bank and UUNET files, in addition to helping bring in new business. She comes to AMW...

AGENCIES:

Toronto-based agency AMW Direct has added to its ranks with three recent appointments.

Pamela Davis has been named account director, working on the TD Bank and UUNET files, in addition to helping bring in new business. She comes to AMW from Grey Direct, where she worked on Sprint Canada and Camco.

Ralph Cochrane joins the agency from OgilvyOne worldwide. Cochrane, a senior account executive, will work on the Ontario Ministry of Economic Development and Trade, Ironside Technologies and Ontario Tourism.

And Patti Maglaris joins AMW Direct as manager of the agency’s not-for-profit practice. She was formerly direct response manager for the Canadian Bible Society.

Vickers & Benson Direct Interactive (VBDI) recently announced two new hires and a promotion in its Toronto office.

Elizabeth Walford joins the agency as account director, and takes on responsibility for VBDI’s interactive work with the Bank of Montreal, Nesbitt Burns and Ralston Purina. She moves over from the client side, where she was a strategic development manager for the TD Bank’s interactive services division.

Karen Ming-Sun has been hired as account supervisor for the direct marketing business of the Bank of Montreal, Lennox, and Durham Regional Hospital Lottery accounts. She comes aboard from Grey Direct, where she worked on VanCity Savings Credit Union and the Richard Ivey School of Business.

Meanwhile, Melanie North has been promoted from supervisor to account manager, and will manage VBDI’s online marketing programs for the Bank of Montreal, Cineplex Odeon and Sprint Canada.

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