Three VPs will leave Everything Everywhere in the coming weeks in a further rationalisation of the business.
VP of marketing Guillaume van Gaver, VP of sales and loyalty Mark Duncan, and VP of business development and online Russell Taylor will leave on 1 April. Their roles will not be replaced.
Van Gaver will take on the role of general manager of Phone House France in June. It is not known if Tayor and Duncan have roles to go to.
New VP of online Myles MacBean will join Everything Everywhere from Disney on 2 May.
Meanwhile, Neil Macgeorge has been promoted to the newly formed role of VP of trading. He will have responsibility for direct and indirect sales, customer base management and devices. He will continue to report directly into Andrew Ralston, chief commercial officer.
Everything Everywhere said: ‘Everything Everywhere has appointed Neil Macgeorge to the newly formed role of VP of Trading. In this role, Neil will have responsibility for direct and indirect sales, customer base management and devices. Neil will continue to report directly into Andrew Ralston, chief commercial officer.
‘Also joining the business as VP of Online Myles joins the company who comes to Everything Everywhere from Disney on 2nd May. Myles joins the company with an impressive track record in global converged media, having been instrumental in the development, production and delivery of Disney’s websites globally.
‘Exiting VPs, Guillaume van Gaver, Mark Duncan and Russell Taylor will be leaving the business in April.’
Everything Everywhere CEO Tom Alexander said in an email: ‘Guillaume van Gaver and Mark Duncan will also be leaving the business in mid-April. Both Guillaume and Mark have been an instrumental part of the commercial team throughout the integration of Orange and T-Mobile and the creation of Everything Everywhere, and we’re sorry to see them go.
‘However, this gives us the opportunity to look at our structure and the way we operate a year after creating our company.
‘In support of our drive to become a more efficient business, we will be creating a new role – VP of Trading – that will cover all aspects of both Mark and Guillaume’s positions. I am delighted to say that Neil Macgeorge has accepted this new role, which he will take up on his return from holiday.
‘Neil will work with Pippa Dunn and Lysa Hardy to ensure we continue to deliver in the right way for our business across both of our brands. Andrew Coull in his position of VP Retail will also report into Neil going forwards.
‘I am pleased to announce that Nick Bonney’s role has increased in scope and he will now pick up Marketing Strategy in addition to Insight and Planning, reporting to Andrew Ralston.
‘Also in our new structure, the Products team, Paul Jevons, Paul French and Rob Bramble, will report directly to Andrew Ralston.
‘For now though, please join me in wishing Neil every success in his new role and congratulations to Nick on his expanded remit. I’m sure you will also join me in thanking Guillaume and Mark for their contributions to both Orange and T-Mobile respectively, and also in helping us form Everything Everywhere.’