PHD promotes key talent in Australia as it restructures its ‘operating system’.

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Matthew Charlton and Neil Dawson, the chief executive and the executive creative director of BETC London, are leaving the agency.

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Dan Gregson, a managing director of Beattie McGuinness Bungay, is leaving the agency to lead Grace Blue's revamped mid-level recruitment offering.

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CEO of Creston Don Elgie is to retire from the company he founded in 2001 with effect from 31 March this year.

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Ann Bartling has been picked to lead Edelman's health practice following the resignation of Paul Gittins late last year after less than three months in the role.

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FleishmanHillard has hired former Edelman executive Robin Hamman to lead its social business practice across EMEA.

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Tags: PHD, promoted, Peter Hunter, Head of Business Planning, CEO, Matthew Charlton, chief executive officer, Neil Dawson, ECD, executive creative director, BETC London, Andrew Stirk, BMB, Beattie McGuinness Bungay, Grace Blue, Dan Gregson, managing director, MD, Creston, Nelson Bostock, Barrie Brien, Don Elgie, Ann Bartling, Paul Gittins, FleishmanHillard, Robin Hamman, Dachis Group

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