STOP PRESS: Go-Ahead appoints marketing director

Transport company Go-Ahead has appointed a new marketing director to plan media strategies across the group. Martin Walter spent two years as marketing and communications manager for Go-Ahead subsidiaries Thameslink Rail and Thames Trains. He will report to group commercial director Chris Moyes and oversee the company’s press offices. Go-Ahead will still use Ludgate for financial PR and Consolidated Communications for public affairs.

Transport company Go-Ahead has appointed a new marketing director

to plan media strategies across the group. Martin Walter spent two years

as marketing and communications manager for Go-Ahead subsidiaries

Thameslink Rail and Thames Trains. He will report to group commercial

director Chris Moyes and oversee the company’s press offices. Go-Ahead

will still use Ludgate for financial PR and Consolidated Communications

for public affairs.



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