Chris was previously Regional Director at TMI-JWT in Dubai, for Unilever’s biggest brand worldwide – Lipton Yellow Label tea. He has worked in the Middle East for five years, after starting his career in London working with TMI-JWT, McCann-Erickson and Austin Knight.
Chris Bell joins managing partner and company founder, Mark Sykes, creative director Ralph Roden, and PR director Jon Walsh, on the company’s new board of directors.
Mark Sykes commented: “Chris’ appointment is a significant milestone for Face to Face, enhancing our strategic communications skills with his experience on world class brands in the region, and adding his client servicing flair. His contribution to the continued development of Face to Face as a strategic partner to our clients will be valuable.
“Chris joins a board of directors recently strengthened with the appointment of two UK-based, non-executive directors, adding to the wealth of experience and specialist expertise available to us, during a phase of planned growth,” he added.
Client servicing appointments
Face to Face has also made two new appointments in client servicing; Anna White joins as account manager; Anna had previously worked in senior trade and brand marketing management positions and joins from the client side, where she was marketing communications manager with a multinational oil company. She has been working in the region for three years.
Cris Ferguson joins Face to Face as account executive; Cris holds an M.A. degree in psychology and is a certified counsellor in person-centred therapy; she has two years’ work experience in the region.
Face to Face was formed in 1991 and works with some of the Middle East’s biggest brands on integrated communications programmes.
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