Fegent joins AAR to head procurement arm

Barns, Emma
July 2006
Campaign;7/7/2006, Issue 27, p7
Trade Publication
The article reports that AAR Corp. has decided to set up a procurement consultancy for helping advertisers and advertising agencies negotiate contracts and fees. The company has appointed the former Lowe London commercial director Tina Fegent as the head of the new division. Fegent also worked as the commercial director at Grey London. The division will also be providing training services for marketing and procurement executives. Kerry Glazer, the AAR CEO said that the company was pleased to have secured the services of Fegent.


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