eBay appoints Clare Moore-Bridger as UK corporate comms lead

eBay has appointed a UK comms lead from Fishburn Hedges.

Clare Moore-Bridger: leaving Fishburn Hedges
Clare Moore-Bridger: leaving Fishburn Hedges
The online auction site has appointed Clare Moore-Bridger as UK corporate communications lead, who joins eBay next January.

eBay head of European corporate communications Vanessa Canzini said: ‘Leading our UK corporate communications is a complex role. eBay is a fast paced organisation and Clare’s skills and experience are exactly what’s required to deliver dynamic integrated campaigns that span multiple stakeholder groups and communications disciplines.’

Moore-Bridger added: ‘The UK is one of the largest online economies and the challenge will be to deliver impactful strategic and integrated campaigns that tell the eBay story, and ensure we have the political climate to enable online businesses to flourish.’

Moore-Bridger replaces Jenny Thomas, who has moved to eBay Australia where she heads up the corporate and consumer team.

At Fishburn Hedges, Moore-Bridger is co-head of the corporate and brand reputation team, responsible for developing the agency’s corporate client list, and advising clients such as Shell International. 

She will work her notice until mid-December.

Previously, she has worked as a senior policy adviser at the CBI employers’ organisation. 

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