Tino Fritsch, has returned to his native Germany to resume running the communications department at thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions.
One of the leading communicators in the tech space, Frank X. Shaw has helped lead the company through major transformations.
Building materials manufacturer Lafarge-Holcim has appointed Bernd Eitel as it's group director of communications.
Nicole Jeffery joins the IAAF (International Association of Athletics Federations) as head of communications from The Australian newspaper.
Maylis Çarçabal has been appointed as Vice President, Communication and Brands of TF1. She succeeds Frédéric Ivernel, who is leaving the Group to pursue personal projects.
Volkswagen has promoted Piek von Bestenbostel to lead corporate communications, replacing Hans-Gerd Bode.
Norwegian has appointed Philip Allport as its director of communications and public affairs in the UK and Ireland.
In an age of social media overload, short attention spans and fake news, communicators spend a lot of time and resources trying to figure out the best way to get a message across – and what channel/platform/interface will have the most impact.
Nokian Tyres has also appointed Päivi Antola, to the Nokian Tyres management team as vice president, investor relations & corporate communications starting in June.