Moves & changes – industry news

A round-up of moves, changes and appointments in the design world.



Manchester-based agency Love has appointed Neil Bennett to the new role of strategy director, as it looks to further expand its client base. Bennett has previously worked at AnalogFolk and Mother.

Architectural firm and design practice MSMR Architects has hired hotel and leisure specialist, David Gabriel, to head up its expansion into this market. Gabriel joins from Arcadis, where he worked on interior architecture and design for brands including Gleneagles and Bespoke Hotels.


Brilliant Noise has announced two senior appointments. Sarah Rachel Jones has taken on the role of client partner, while Kate Miller joins as senior consultant.

John Wringe has joined The Yard as a non-executive director, focusing on business business development and growth. Wringe was formerly chief operating officer of Red Cell, which is part of WPP.


Scottish consultancy, Randak, has developed an interiors brand inspired by designer Charles Rennie Mackintosh, called Toshie Mackintosh. The brand will travel to the Boutique Hotel show in New York and take part in the Glasgow Chamber of Commerce’s joint trade mission with Manhattan Chamber of Commerce this month, as part of its international trade strategy.

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