Movers & Shakers

David Kincaid, chief marketing officer for Corus Entertainment's animation powerhouse, Nelvana, will be leaving the company to pursue other goals at the end of March. Kincaid joined Toronto-based Corus from Labatt Breweries in September 2000 and began working for Nelvana in April 2001. A replacement has not been named.

Clients:

David Kincaid, chief marketing officer for Corus Entertainment’s animation powerhouse, Nelvana, will be leaving the company to pursue other goals at the end of March. Kincaid joined Toronto-based Corus from Labatt Breweries in September 2000 and began working for Nelvana in April 2001. A replacement has not been named.

Kevin Nullmeyer has been appointed VP of marketing for the Wine Council of Ontario in St. Catharines, Ont. He previously ran his own consulting company, Navigator Consulting.

Taxamatic, a Richmond Hill, Ont.-based developer of tax software preparations, has appointed Dave Hazan as VP of marketing. He brings more than nine years of marketing and sales experience, having previously worked for companies including Hometax and Mattel.

Agencies:

Jay Bertram has been named president of TBWA/Chiat/Day in Toronto. Bertram succeeds David Fong who left the role last September after two years. Bertram most recently worked as SVP of corporate development with Cossette Communications in Toronto.

John St. in Toronto has nabbed a senior creative team from Roche Macaulay. The team, consisting of copywriter Chris Taciuk and art director David Federico, joined John St. in early February.

Former SVP, group account director at Ammirati Puris in Toronto, Susan Gillmeister has recently joined Bates Canada as VP, director of client services.

MediaVest Worldwide (Canada) in Toronto has hired Orville Manangan as manager of print and out-of-home investments. He previously worked as manager of all key print and out-of-home buying for HYPN.

Media:

CTV has named Jack Fleischmann as general manager of Report on Business Television (ROBTv). He will oversee all day-to-day operations of the Toronto-based network including programming, sales and administration. Fleischmann has been with the network since 1999, previously working as executive producer.

David Marsden has joined the FLOW 93.5 team as director of operations and programming. Marsden, who has spent more than 30 years in the broadcast industry, was one of the originators of FM rock radio in Montreal and has also worked as an on-air announcer at CHUM-FM among other highlights.

Toronto art magazine, Lola, has hired Sharon Salson as publisher. Salson brings 15 years of experience in marketing and promotion in the arts and media, having worked most recently as director of marketing for the Art Gallery of Ontario.

Christine Sharp-Fox has been named director of convergence sales for Bell Globemedia. She takes responsibility for partnering with clients to develop integrated marketing campaigns across Bell Globemedia’s group of print, broadcast and interactive properties. She brings more than 18 years of experience to the Toronto-based company, recently working for ICL Canada.

Rogers Marketing Solutions has promoted Laura Denton to program manager. Her new role involves organizing promotions, contests and events for all of the Rogers properties.

Public Relations:

Montreal-based Communications MECA has appointed Bonnie Levine as a senior consultant. Levine, who holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree in marketing and international business, previously worked for Keane Consulting Group in Chicago, Ill. The agency has also hired Alana Rosenfeld as account coordinator.