TITLE

Earnshaw bows out of ISBA director role

PUB. DATE
July 2006
SOURCE
Campaign;7/14/2006, Issue 28, p3
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article reports on the search of a senior marketer with extensive management experience by Incorporated Society of British Advertisers (ISBA) to replace Malcolm Earnshaw, who is to step down as the director general of the advertiser trade body. Earnshaw will quit during the next six to nine months, once a successor is appointed. Three ISBA council members will assist in finding Earnshaw's replacement. Earnshaw has played a key role in extending the self-regulation system to broadcasting and making the industry's case in the debate about food advertising during his tenure.
ACCESSION #
21726754

 

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