15 November 2012 - 4:10pm | posted by | 0 comments

Haygarth appoints four senior members to its board of directors

L-R Steven Gray, Steve Rogers, Benoit Cacheux, Anthony DonaldsonL-R Steven Gray, Steve Rogers, Benoit Cacheux, Anthony Donaldson

Haygarth has announced the appointments of four senior team members to its board of directors in a bid to support the company’s ambitious growth plans.

Benoit Cacheux, head of digital and direct; Steve Rogers, group creative director; head of promotion and trade Steven Gray; and head of planning Anthony Donaldson will all now form part of Haygarth’s consolidated board which consists of 12 key players including non-executive directors Jon Fricker and Alan McWalter.

Sophie Daranyi, chief executive, commented: “We are restlessly ambitious for the continued success of Haygarth and its clients, and so the consolidation of our senior team is fundamental for on-going growth.

“We are confident that we have the right level of experience and ability to lead the company in the constantly changing market place and continue to give our clients the clear consultancy and excellent delivery that they expect. Benoit, Steve, Steven and Anthony all lead by example and will bring fresh perspective and input into our future plans.”

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