The Mission Marketing Group announces Andy Nash to its Board as upcoming Non-Executive Director

– UK, London – The Mission Marketing Group plc (AIM:TMMG), the technology-embraced marketing communications and advertising group, today announced the appointment of Andrew Nash as Non-Executive Director, effective from 1 August 2018.

Andy started his professional career with Cadbury Schweppes plc in their marketing team, ultimately managing the tea brand business including Ty-phoo Tea and Fresh Brew Tea brands.

He has extensive experience across both public and private companies including Taunton Cider plc that was subsequently sold to Matthew Clark plc, Merrydown PLC, Photo-Scan PLC which was acquired by Siemens GMBH, K&L Gates LLP, the global law firm, Brand Addition Limited, the private equity backed designer and supplier of promotional items and Vaultex UK Limited, the UK’s leading manager of cash on behalf of the Bank of England owned jointly by HSBC and Barclays. Andy was also a director of the English & Wales Cricket Board.

As previously announced on 25 January 2018 and with the appointment of Andy Nash, Christopher Morris will formally retire from the board on 1 August 2018.

Commenting on the appointment, David Morgan, Chairman, said “we are delighted that Andy is joining the board. He has a wealth of experience helping companies prosper which, combined with his considerable marketing experience, will provide us with invaluable insight as we develop themission further.”

For more information : http://www.themission.co.uk

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