The Week

SAB Miller has parted company with Shine Communications. Shine had been handling UK PR for Peroni Nastro Azzurro beer.

Jaguar Land Rover's director of comms and public affairs Simon Warr has left to make way for Frank Klaas as the firm's newly appointed global head of comms.

02 has recruited Theo Bertram, an ex-aide to Tony Blair and Gordon Brown, to be acting head of public affairs as Steve Bartholomew moves to a role at parent firm Telefonica.

Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide has brought in lifestyle agency Slam PR to promote three of its luxury resorts in the UK and continental Europe.

Talk PR has appointed Kimberley Witcomb, formerly head of marketing at Topshop, to head its fashion department.

Wilfred Emmanuel-Jones, the man behind The Black Farmer product range, has drafted in Seven Hills to help him champion small businesses.

Edelman's top executive in the UK and Europe, David Brain, is moving to run the consultancy's operations in Asia-Pacific from the end of this year.

The Law Society's PR chief Melissa Davis has left after five years in the role to set up her own agency, MD Communications.

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