8 April 2014 - 12:22pm | posted by | 0 comments

Google UK appoints Nishma Robb as head of marketing after nine-month search

Appointment: Nishma RobbAppointment: Nishma Robb

Nishma Robb has been appointed head of marketing at Google UK.

Robb replaces Sarah Speake in the role, which has been vacant for the last nine months, and will be responsible for helping Google’s largest advertisers and agencies make the most of the web in the UK.

As a member of the Google UK sales leadership team, Rob will work closely with sales leaders to increase awareness in the digital marketing community of Google’s products and sevices.

She brings 20 years’ experience to the role, most recently at iProspect as chief client and marketing officer where she worked with clients including British Airways. In another role, she rose through the ranks at Teletext to become managing director and saw the business through the transition from analogue to digital.

Robb begins the job at the end of May.

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