INTERNATIONAL: PWC finalises its EMEA senior marketing line-up

BAHRAIN: Pricewaterhouse-Coopers has filled the third of three senior marketing and communications roles in its Europe Middle East and Africa division, created following the company’s inauguration last October.

BAHRAIN: Pricewaterhouse-Coopers has filled the third of three

senior marketing and communications roles in its Europe Middle East and

Africa division, created following the company’s inauguration last

October.



Gordon Brown, 41, who is currently head of marketing and communications

at PricewaterhouseCoopers’ Midlands office, is to go to Bahrain to be

director of marketing and communications in the Middle East.



’The changing dynamics of the business following the merger mean we have

created three new jobs and people are being slotted into them,’ said

Brown.



The Europe and Africa posts have already been filled.



Brown, whose area will cover offices in Saudi Arabia, Egypt, UAE,

Kuwait, Lebanon, Oman and Dubai, will report to the senior partner in

Bahrain, Jawad H Jawad.



’The first thing I will look to do is build our brand reputation in the

territory, where there is strong competition. We need to establish the

breadth of our expertise,’ he added.



The company, formed by the merger of Pricewaterhouse and Coopers and

Lybrand last October, has re-structured its communications in the last

six months.



Brown has been at the company for two years and previously worked at

Scottish Power. Senior market managers Geoff Sarney and Louise Ward,

will run the Birmingham marketing department when Brown leaves at the

end of August.



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