JCB executive moves to Met Office as marketing director

July 2002
Marketing Week (01419285);7/4/2002, Vol. 25 Issue 27, p7
Trade Publication
Reports that the British Meteorological Office has appointed Jonathan Hearth as marketing director. Merger of the office's public sector and commercial marketing departments; Hearth's career history; Tasks and responsibilities.


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