London & Partners' Martine Ainsworth-Wells leaves after restructure

London & Partners' marketing and comms director Martine Ainsworth-Wells is moving on from the organisation after a corporate restructure.

Martine Ainsworth-Wells: moving on
Martine Ainsworth-Wells: moving on

She moves on after nine years working at London & Partners and previously at Visit London. The move comes as part of a post-London 2012 executive team restructure.

Ainsworth-Wells said: ‘I feel I have achieved everything I can for London and I am leaving on a phenomenal high. I hope to provide other cities with the insights and experience I have gained in London.’

She declined to reveal what her next move would be, although she said that she would be making an announcement shortly.

London & Partners was launched last April as a merged quango to handle the work of three London-based agencies - Visit, Think and Study London, which saw Ainsworth-Wells' team grow to 24 people.

During the London Olympics, Ainsworth-Wells oversaw the London Media Centre, which catered for the 8,164 non-accredited media that were in the capital.
 
Before working at Visit London, Ainsworth-Wells was client services director at USP Group and promotions manager at the London Evening Standard.

At the time of going to press London & Partners was yet to confirm who would assume Ainsworth-Wells’ responsibilities or whether a direct replacement would be sought.

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