The Week

Kraft Foods has brought in former Fishburn Hedges director Jo Bradley to fill the role of UK head of comms while Lindsay Wright goes on maternity leave.

Muse, the British rock band, have brought in Murray Chalmers PR, after using Hall Or Nothing for the past nine years.

Weber Shandwick's head of digital UK Robert Anderson has joined Good Relations as its new digital and social media director.

Fast Track has been called in by the Rugby Football League to grow the appeal of the sport ahead of the 2013 World Cup.

Exposure has been brought in as retained consumer agency for Square Enix, one of the world's largest game publishers.

Save the Children's former director of comms Joe Barrell is launching an agency targeting the not-for-profit sector to combine his expertise in strategy and campaigning.

Ketchum Pleon's head of content Daisy Wallace is leaving after 18 months without a new role to pursue other opportunities.

Zoosk, the online dating network, is looking for a consumer agency to improve its standing in online and mobile markets.

Dr Olivia Curno has been appointed as head of comms for autism research charity Autistica, from school-based mental health charity The Place2Be.

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