English Heritage marketing chief quits to go back to TBWA/London
- Open to all. Brabbs, Cordelia // Marketing (00253650);4/12/2001, p21
Profiles Russell Hopson, marketing director for English Heritage. Personal information; Career highlights; Plans for the organization; Goals set for the organization.
- English Heritage hires museum chief. Brabbs, Cordelia // Marketing (00253650);2/8/2001, p4
Reports that English Heritage has recruited Russell Hopson, marketing chief of the Science Museum in London, England, as marketing director. Career background of Hopson; Tasks and responsibilities under his appointment.
- English Heritage task goes to CHI. Brabbs, Cordelia // Marketing (00253650);8/2/2001, p2
Reports on the appointment of Clemmow Hornby Inge (CHI) to handle the advertising account of the English Heritage. Assistance of the agency with marketing director Russell Hopson on devising a press and poster campaign; Resignation of Pam Alexander as an English Heritage chief executive; Causes...
- Hopson moves up in RKCR restructure. // Campaign;1/22/2010, Issue 3, p2
The article announces that Russell Hopson was appointed as managing director for Rainey Kelly Campbell Roalfe/Y&R.
- THE HOT SEAT. // Campaign (UK);5/28/2010, Issue 21, p19
An interview with Russell Hopson, managing director of Job Group, where he discussed about his best job, fear and the worst things in his job, is presented.
- Hopson takes up WPP Vodafone role. // Campaign;9/9/2011, Issue 36, p3
The article announces that Russell Hopson has been appointed as global business director and managing director of Team Red at WPP Group PLC, which services Vodafone, leaving his role as Rainey Kelly Campbell Roalfe/Young & Rubicam Ltd. (Y&R) group managing director.
- Hopson, Russell. // Campaign (UK);2012 A List Supplement, p98
The article offers information on WPP PLC managing director Russell Hopson, who is one of the "Campaign" magazine's A listers in 2012, including his inspiration, personal style, and the best thing about his work.
- Visit Stonehenge--by computer. Geake, Elisabeth // New Scientist;4/2/94, Vol. 142 Issue 1919, p16
Reports on a three-dimensional survey of the Stonehenge monument in Salisbury Plain, England which was built in three principal stages between about 1800 BC and 1400 BC. English Heritage's survey of the electric resistivity of the earth around the site; Use of a computer to generate diagram of...
- English Heritage. // Third Sector;1/28/2014, Issue 783, p8
The article presents information on the English Heritage, a statutory adviser if the British government on the historic environment, its responsibilities, and role.