Dunlop claims Chandler Chicco Agency UK job

Chandler Chicco Agency (CCA) UK has recruited ex-Munro & Forster associate director Alison Dunlop to a senior consultant role. She will handle consumer work for clients including Allergan.

Dunlop leaves Oxfordshire-based consumer agency Blue Zebra, which she joined only last summer (PRWeek, 24 June 2005).

Dunlop said: 'The opportunity came up to join a healthcare agency, and that's where I want to be.'

Prior to Blue Zebra she was at M&F for five years, specialising in consumer work for clients including Kellogg's and Pfizer. Other past clients include contraceptives firm Organon and Lloydspharmacy.

Gail Cohen continues to manage CCA London on an interim basis, having relocated from CCA New York last year (PRWeek, 9 Dec 2005).

Meanwhile the agency is on the hunt for staff to fill two London-based roles: UK managing director and European head of practice.

Blue Zebra has begun the search for Dunlop's successor, recruiting for a new-business expert to be based in London.

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