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Power Moves | Bally Names CMO, Nowness' Creative Partnerships and Strategy Director

This week, Bally appoints Eva Quirrenbach as chief marketing officer, while Dazed names the creative partnerships and strategy director for Nowness.
Eva Quirrenbach | Source: Courtesy
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  • Victoria Berezhna

LONDON, United Kingdom — BoF compiles the most important professional moves of the week.

Bally names CMO and CEO of EMEA
Bally has made a number of executive changes, naming Eva Quirrenbach as chief marketing officer and Silvia Onofri as chief executive of the EMEA region. Quirrenbach was previously vice president of global brand marketing at Tory Burch, while Onofri has been promoted from vice president of global wholesale, which she will continue holding.

Dazed Media announces creative partnerships and strategy director of Nowness
Matthew Johnston has joined Nowness, part of the Dazed Media group, as creative partnerships and strategy director. Johnston will head up commercial partnerships with luxury brands. Before joining the company, he spent five years at Wallpaper*.

Avon makes changes to leadership team
Marco Brandolini has been appointed vice president and general manager for Italy and the Mediterranean, while Anna Chokina has been named vice president of global brand marketing of skincare and personal care. Elena Degtyareva will assume the role of vice president, global fashion and home.

Hearst Magazines names president
Troy Young, president of Hearst Magazines Digital Media, will succeed David Carey as president of Hearst's magazine division, overseeing more than 300 print editions and 240 digital brands around the world. Carey hired Young in 2013 to boost Hearst Magazines' digital business. He has since reimagined Hearst's digital portfolio as a multi-brand ecosystem.

Lululemon announces CEO
Lululemon Athletica Inc has named Calvin McDonald as its new chief executive, replacing Laurent Potdevin who abruptly departed in February 2017 under a cloud of misconduct. McDonald joins from LVMH's cosmetics retailer Sephora, where he was head of the Americas region, and will start in his new role on August 20.

Moda Operandi appoints new CEO
Moda Operandi chief executive Deborah Nicodemus is stepping down and the company has tapped Tesla executive Ganesh Srivats to assume the top position, effective August 1. Nicodemus will remain an adviser to the company. Srivats was most recently a vice president at Tesla, where he oversaw development in North America, Europe, the Middle East and Africa.

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