Bowley leaves Kendall Tarrant

Darby, Ian
July 2006
Campaign;7/7/2006, Issue 27, p5
Trade Publication
The article reports that Martin Bowley, the head of media at Kendall Tarrant is departing from the company. Becky McBride will replace Bowley. Gay Haines, the former head of search at the company recruited Bowley. According to Gary Stolkin, the CEO of Kendall Tarrant, Bowley's departure did not involve any dispute. Bowley found the company Amplified before joining Kendall Tarrant. Kendall Tarrant is currently handling 50 mass media assignments. It is expected that Bowley will move to take up a senior position in the mass media industry.


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