GSK enlists Arnott for nutrition role

GlaxoSmithKline has poached Nina Arnott as UK comms director for nutritional healthcare business.

Arnott has joined from a role as head of corporate affairs at South Eastern Trains. She had worked there for around 18 months, having formerly been media relations manager at the RAC.

At GSK Arnott oversees product comms for Horlicks, Ribena and Lucozade. Her role also includes PA and internal comms. The post was held by Claire Dixon, now in a European role (PRWeek, 18 Nov 2005).

At South Eastern Trains, head of customer services Sarah Boundy becomes acting head of corporate affairs.

GoVia will take over its franchise in April.

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