Cartwright joins Brands2Life team

Brands2Life has appointed former Bite Communications corporate practice director Chris Cartwright as a director.

Brands2Life co-founder Giles Fraser said Cartwright would be the first of several planned board director hires. He will be responsible for developing the firm’s ‘big-brand’ business.

Cartwright – who was Bite’s second most senior director after MD Sheryl Seitz until last summer – left the agency three months ago.

As founder and director of Bite’s corporate practice, Cartwright worked on several high-profile technology brands, including Atari and Toshiba, as well as BBC Ventures and Deutsche Post.

Fraser said Cartwright’s responsibilities would also involve working with European partner agencies Rumeur Publique and Trimedia.

Before commenting please read our rules for commenting on articles.

If you see a comment you find offensive, you can flag it as inappropriate. In the top right-hand corner of an individual comment, you will see 'flag as inappropriate'. Clicking this prompts us to review the comment. For further information see our rules for commenting on articles.

comments powered by Disqus

Latest Articles

We Are Social owner BlueFocus reports revenue growth of 65 per cent

We Are Social owner BlueFocus reports revenue growth of 65 per cent

Chinese marketing services group BlueFocus has reported a revenue increase of 64.8 per cent year on year to more than $578m (£343m) in 2013.

Three more agencies sign up to PR Internships For All campaign

Three more agencies sign up to PR Internships For All campaign

Brunswick, Cohn & Wolfe and MSL Group London have joined the PRWeek/PRCA initiative to boost diversity in the PR industry, which has also attracted support from Leeds Metropolitan University's Business School.

Seeing red: giving PR teams a real business objective

Seeing red: giving PR teams a real business objective

Speed Communications director John Brown talks client behaviours he can't stand.

Growing number of clients plan PR budget increases

Growing number of clients plan PR budget increases

The number of marketers planning to increase their PR budgets during 2014 has climbed, according to the latest quarterly Bellwether survey by the Institute of Practitioners in Advertising.