People on the move including Uber, The Guardian, Adobe, Netflix, and Time Out- Tempemail – Blog – 10 minute

This week has seen another wave of appointments and departures at brands, media owners and agencies. Tempemail has rounded up the key moves from the EMEA, APAC and North America regions below.
This week includes moves from Uber, The Guardian, Adobe, Netflix, and Time Out.

Uber
Uber’s head of marketing EMEA, Patrick Stal, is to the leave the company after two years. He has not announced where he is heading.
United Nations World Food Programme
The former chief strategy officer, EMEA at VMLY&R, Saul Betmead-de Chasteigner is to join the United Nations World Food Programme as chief marketing officer.
Given
Jan Gooding has been appointed the non-executive chair of the brand purpose agency, Given. Gooding is already chair of PAMCo, president of the Market Research Society and chair of LGBT equality charity -Stonewall.
Publicis Media
Publicis Media has appointed Mandy Rayment as director of communications for the UK. In her role, Rayment will be responsible for leading all internal and external communications for Publicis Media and its agencies.
Media Bounty
Francois Boshoff has joined Media Bounty as its new creative director. He will oversee the creative output of the agency’s existing client base, while also supporting the agency’s ambitious growth plans.
The Guardian
Guardian Media Group (GMG) has shown some out-of-the-box thinking with the appointment of Annette Thomas, a neuroscientist and academic publisher, as its new chief executive.
Havas Media Group
Matt Adams is to leave his current role of chief exec UK and Ireland at Havas Media Group, following three years in the role. Havas is currently undertaking a search for his replacement.
Dentsu Aegis Network
Thomas Le Thierry, global president at Vizeum has been appointed the chief executive of Dentsu Aegis Media, EMEA. Le Thierry will remain in his current role until March, after which he will begin to transition into his new role, with a final completion date of 1 October.
Leagas Delaney
Leagas Delaney has appointed Sarah Glover as creative director. Glover, most recently creative director at VMLY&R, will work in partnership with Lucy Collier, fellow creative director at Leagas Delaney.
Jungle Creations
Jungle Creations has appointed the former chief operating officer of Burberry Group and ex-chief exec of BBC Worldwide, John Smith, as chairman.
Wunderman Thompson
Wunderman Thompson has appointed Naomi Troni to the newly-created role of global chief marketing officer and chief growth officer. Troni will be responsible for all global marketing, new business and communication of the Wunderman Thompson brand.
72andSunny Amsterdam
72andSunny Amsterdam has promoted Rey Andrade to executive creative director. Andrade’s new role will see him oversee the creative talent and output for the Amsterdam office alongside Carlo Cavallone.
Bluestripe Group
Bluestripe Group has appointed Patrick Herridge as chairman as the group. Herridge joins from MWWPR UK where he was managing director and latterly chairman.
We Are Social
We Are Social has promoted group creative director Gareth Leeding to executive creative director in the UK. Leeding was the first creative hired by We Are Social in 2012.
Twitch
Twitch has hired Damian Burns as the company’s first-ever EMEA managing director. He will be based in Twitch’s London office and focus on supporting growth of the Twitch community to benefit content creators, media partners, agencies, advertisers, publishers, and developers.
Hill+Knowlton Strategies
Hill+Knowlton Strategies has appointed Orla Moran as managing director of its consumer packaged goods practice.
Publicis Health
Publicis Health has appointed Jennifer Shirley as president of Saatchi & Saatchi Wellness. Shirley replaces JD Cassidy who has assumed the role of executive vice-president, client engagement strategy for Publicis Health.
SYZYGY
SYZYGY has appointed the strategist Matthew Cox, to develop client strategies and to drive insight-led digital services. Matt Brown and Matt Wills have been promoted to director of media and director of design and build, respectively.

Quantcast
Quantcast has hired Sonal Patel to lead South East Asia in a newly-created role for the business.
Grey Group
Grey Group India has promoted Ketan Desai from president of north and west, to group chief operating officer, Grey Group India.
Adobe
Adobe has appointed Simon Dale as managing director of its Southeast Asia business operations. In his new role, Dale will be responsible for leading Adobe’s accelerated growth.
Havas Group Indonesia
Havas Group Indonesia has hired Fariz Azlan as executive creative director. In this role, Azlan will lead the creative team and drive the next phase of growth for Havas Group Indonesia.
Pomelo
Pomelo has brought in Anders Heikenfeldt as chief retail officer. Anders will be leading the company’s retail expansion plans across Southeast Asia. He will also be responsible for developing Pomelo’s omnichannel strategy and establishing seamless experiences across its retail network and online platform.
Universal Music Japan
Universal Music Japan has named Ichiro Tamaki as corporate executive. He will be responsible for responsible for digital strategy, data analytics and platform partnerships.
DDB Mudra Group
DDB Mudra Group has brought Preetham Venkky on board as the president of 22feet Tribal Worldwide. He will also serve as the chief digital officer for the DDB Mudra Group.
FCB Malaysia
FCB Malaysia has promoted its creative group heads, Tjer Wang and Mandy Chock, as creative director and creative strategist respectively. Its senior art director, James Voon, has been elevated to the role of creative group head.
VMLY&R Malaysia
VMLY&R Malaysia has appointed Raymond Ng as executive creative director. In his new role, Ng will be responsible for enhancing the agency’s creative service offering and leading its creative team.
The Trade Desk
The Trade Desk has appointed James Bayes as general manager of Australia and New Zealand (ANZ). Bayes will lead the company in ANZ, with a particular focus on deepening partnerships with broadcasters and growing revenue in connected television.

Netflix
Subscription box service FabFitFun has found its first chief marketing officer in Louisa Wee, formerly the vice-president of marketing strategy, analysis and programmatic media buying at Netflix.
Time Out
Time Out Group has named Sumindi Peiris as chief marketing officer as part of ongoing efforts to grow its global brand team.
Juniper ParkTBWA
Juniper ParkTBWA has hired Dustin Rideout, as its chief strategy officer. Rideout will lead strategy across the agency’s North American client roster, and report directly to chief exec Jill Nykoliation.
AudienceX
AudienceX has hired Brian Ko as chief commercial officer. In his new position, Ko will oversee the sales, strategy, client services, and marketing teams.
WorkReduce
WorkReduce has hired Rowan Vasquez as chief data officer and Kelly Lawler as head of sales.
Tribe Global
David Balfour has been appointed the vice-chairman of Tribe Global. In his new role, Balfour will liaise with teams across the globe to support the network’s growth strategy and diversity ambitions across both existing and emerging markets.
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The Guardian appoints neuroscientist Annette Thomas as CEO to innovate business model- Tempemail – Blog – 10 minute

Guardian Media Group (GMG) has shown some out-of-the-box thinking with the appointment of Annette Thomas, a neuroscientist and academic publisher, as its new chief executive.
She replaces David Pemsel, who announced his intention to depart last year after being appointed to run the Premier League. However, he quit before taking up the role after facing accusations about his personal conduct. Its chief customer officer Anna Bateson was then named interim chief executive.
However, Thomas will now lead its push for financial stability by leveraging her experience in scientific journal publishing. She has a PhD from Yale University in cell biology and neuroscience which, on paper, is an unconventional starting point for a media executive. She began her career editing scientific journals at Nature before leading specialist publisher Macmillan Science and Education and most recently spent two years at Clairvate Analytics.
The American has been living in the UK for the last 25 years and is particularly focused on “developing a financially sustainable future” now the group finally broke a profit.
Neil Berkett, chair of the GMG board, said: “Her track record is exceptional – she has consistently delivered sustainable growth through deep engagement with end-users, championing innovative new business models with more open access to content and data, and building diverse and inclusive management teams.”
Thomas said she was attracted by The Guardian brand’s “progressive perspective, global reach, and unique ownership structure with its values safeguarded by the Scott Trust are all significant strengths in these challenging times”.
She added that she was looking to develop new business models off the back of The Guardian’s “deep and loyal relationship with readers”.
“The need and appetite for trusted high-quality journalism, grounded in facts, has never been greater,” she said. “I’ve always admired the quality and breadth of the Guardian’s journalism, and I am looking forward to working with Katharine Viner and this exceptional team to develop a financially sustainable future built upon these values and principles.”
Thomas takes up the role in March 2020.

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The Guardian appoints neuroscientist Annette Thomas as CEO: ‘A champion of innovative business models’- Tempemail – Blog – 10 minute

Guardian Media Group (GMG) has shown some out-of-the-box thinking with the appointment of Annette Thomas, a neuroscientist and academic publisher, as its new chief executive.
She replaces David Pemsel, who announced his intention to depart last year after being appointed to run the Premier League. However, he quit before taking up the role after facing accusations about his personal conduct. Its chief customer officer Anna Bateson was then named interim chief executive.
However, Thomas will now lead its push for financial stability by leveraging her experience in scientific journal publishing. She has a PhD from Yale University in cell biology and neuroscience which, on paper, is an unconventional starting point for a media executive. She began her career editing scientific journals at Nature before leading specialist publisher Macmillan Science and Education and most recently spent two years at Clairvate Analytics.
The American has been living in the UK for the last 25 years and is particularly focused on “developing a financially sustainable future” now the group finally broke a profit.
Neil Berkett, chair of the GMG board, said: “Her track record is exceptional – she has consistently delivered sustainable growth through deep engagement with end-users, championing innovative new business models with more open access to content and data, and building diverse and inclusive management teams.”
Thomas said she was attracted by The Guardian brand’s “progressive perspective, global reach, and unique ownership structure with its values safeguarded by the Scott Trust are all significant strengths in these challenging times”.
She added that she was looking to develop new business models off the back of The Guardian’s “deep and loyal relationship with readers”.
“The need and appetite for trusted high-quality journalism, grounded in facts, has never been greater,” she said. “I’ve always admired the quality and breadth of the Guardian’s journalism, and I am looking forward to working with Katharine Viner and this exceptional team to develop a financially sustainable future built upon these values and principles.”
Thomas takes up the role in March 2020.

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Guardian appoints neuroscientist Annette Thomas as CEO: ‘A champion of innovative business models’- Tempemail – Blog – 10 minute

Guardian Media Group (GMG) has shown some out-of-the-box thinking with the appointment of Annette Thomas, a neuroscientist and academic publisher, as its new chief executive.
She replaces David Pemsel, who announced his intention to depart last year after being appointed to run the Premier League. However, he quit before taking up the role after facing accusations about his personal conduct. Its chief customer officer Anna Bateson was then named interim chief executive.
However, Thomas will now lead its push for financial stability by leveraging her experience in scientific journal publishing. She has a PhD from Yale University in cell biology and neuroscience which, on paper, is an unconventional starting point for a media executive. She began her career editing scientific journals at Nature before leading specialist publisher Macmillan Science and Education and most recently spent two years at Clairvate Analytics.
The American has been living in the UK for the last 25 years and is particularly focused on “developing a financially sustainable future” now the group finally broke a profit.
Neil Berkett, chair of the GMG board, said: “Her track record is exceptional – she has consistently delivered sustainable growth through deep engagement with end-users, championing innovative new business models with more open access to content and data, and building diverse and inclusive management teams.”
Thomas said she was attracted by The Guardian brand’s “progressive perspective, global reach, and unique ownership structure with its values safeguarded by the Scott Trust are all significant strengths in these challenging times”.
She added that she was looking to develop new business models off the back of The Guardian’s “deep and loyal relationship with readers”.
“The need and appetite for trusted high-quality journalism, grounded in facts, has never been greater,” she said. “I’ve always admired the quality and breadth of the Guardian’s journalism, and I am looking forward to working with Katharine Viner and this exceptional team to develop a financially sustainable future built upon these values and principles.”
Thomas takes up the role in March 2020.

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UK’s health data guardian sets a firm line for app development using patient data – gpgmail


The UK’s health data watchdog, the National Data Guardian (NDG), has published correspondence between her office and the national privacy watchdog which informed the ICO’s finding in 2017 that a data-sharing arrangement between an NHS Trust and Google-owned DeepMind broke the law.

The exchange was published following a Freedom of Information request by gpgmail.

In fall 2015 the Royal Free NHS Trust and DeepMind signed a data-sharing agreement which saw the medical records of 1.6 million people quietly passed to the AI company without patients being asked for their consent.

The scope of the data-sharing arrangement — ostensibly to develop a clinical task management app — was only brought to light by investigative journalism. That then triggered regulatory scrutiny — and the eventual finding by the ICO that there was no legal basis for the data to have been transferred in the first place.

Despite that, the app in question, Streams — which does not (currently) contain any AI but uses an NHS algorithm for detecting acute kidney injury — has continued being used in NHS hospitals.

DeepMind has also since announced it plans to transfer its health division to Google. Although — to our knowledge — no NHS trusts have yet signed new contracts for Streams with the ad giant.

In parallel with releasing her historical correspondence with the ICO, Dame Fiona Caldicott, the NDG, has written a blog post in which she articulates a clear regulatory position that the “reasonable expectations” of patients must govern non-direct care uses for people’s health data — rather than healthcare providers relying on whether doctors think developing such and such an app is a great idea.

The ICO had asked for guidance from the NDG on how to apply the common law duty of confidentiality, as part of its investigation into the Royal Free NHS Trust’s data-sharing arrangement with DeepMind for Streams.

In a subsequent audit of Streams that was a required by the regulator, the trust’s law firm, Linklaters, argued that a call on whether a duty of confidentiality has been breached should be judged from the point of view of the clinician’s conscience, rather than the patient’s reasonable expectations.

Caldicott writes that she firmly disagrees with that “key argument”.

“It is my firm view that it is the patient’s perspective that is most important when judgements are being made about the use of their confidential information. My letter to the Information Commissioner sets out my thoughts on this matter in some detail,” she says, impressing the need for healthcare innovation to respect the trust and confidence of patients and the public.

“I do champion innovative technologies and new treatments that are powered by data. The mainstreaming of emerging fields such as genomics and artificial intelligence offer much promise and will change the face of medicine for patients and health professionals immeasurably… But my belief in innovation is coupled with an equally strong belief that these advancements must be introduced in a way that respects people’s confidentiality and delivers no surprises about how their data is used. In other words, the public’s reasonable expectations must be met.”

“Patients’ reasonable expectations are the touchstone of the common law duty of confidence,” she adds. “Providers who are introducing new, data-driven technologies, or partnering with third parties to help develop and test them, have called for clearer guidance about respecting data protection and confidentiality. I intend to work with the Information Commissioner and others to improve the advice available so that innovation can be undertaken safely: in compliance with the common law and the reasonable expectations of patients.

“The National Data Guardian is currently supporting the Health Research Authority in clarifying and updating guidance on the lawful use of patient data in the development of healthcare technologies.”

We reached out to the Royal Free NHS Trust and DeepMind for comment on the NDG’s opinion. At the time of writing neither had responded.

In parallel, Bloomberg reported this week that DeepMind co-founder, Mustafa Suleyman, is currently on leave from the company. (Suleyman has since tweeted that the break is temporary and for “personal” reasons, to “recharge”, and that he’s “looking forward to being back in the saddle at DeepMind soon”.)

The AI research company recently touted what it couched as a ‘breakthrough’ in predictive healthcare — saying it had developed an AI model for predicting the same condition that the Streams app is intended to alert for. Although the model was built using US data from the Department of Veterans Affairs which skews overwhelmingly male.

As we wrote at the time, the episode underscores the potential value locked up in NHS data — which offers population-level clinical data that the NHS could use to develop AI models of its own. Indeed, a 2017 government-commissioned review of the life sciences sector called for a strategy to “capture for the UK the value in algorithms generated using NHS data”.

The UK government is also now pushing a ‘tech-first’ approach to NHS service delivery.

Earlier this month the government announced it’s rerouting £250M in public funds for the NHS to set up an artificial intelligence lab that will work to expand the use of AI technologies within the service.

Last fall health secretary, Matt Hancock, set out his tech-first vision of future healthcare provision — saying he wanted “healthtech” apps and services to support “preventative, predictive and personalised care”.

So there are certainly growing opportunities for developing digital healthcare solutions to support the UK’s National Health Service.

As well as — now — clearer regulatory guidance that app development that wants to be informed by patient data must first win the trust and confidence of the people it hopes to serve.




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