Primesight has announced several role promotions within the leadership and senior management team.
Mungo Knott, the current marketing and insight director, has been appointed to the new role of director of insight and innovation, with a focus to maximise the use of technology and data across the Primesight estate.
Primesight has also confirmed that development director Terry Dyer will be retiring from the business at the end of the year. Following this, Primesight has promoted Sarah Parkes, who is currently managing director of Airports, to director of development and operations. This will see her filling both Terry’s role and wider operations responsibilities, alongside her Airports focus.
Sarah joined the business in 2016 when Primesight acquired Airport Media and is an existing member of the Leadership Team where she has made a considerable contribution to the development of the business over the last 12 months. Previously Sarah worked for CDS Global, Hearst Corp and Eye Airports where she developed a wealth of experience in operations and the Media and Out of Home sectors.
Mark Henson moves from his current role as head of marketing to a newly created role of Head of Marketing and Client Communications.
All three roles begin immediately, reporting into managing director, Matt Teeman.
Naren Patel, CEO of Primesight, said: “We are proud to have built a great team at Primesight to drive our company forward at this exciting time. Terry has made an outstanding contribution to the business over the last 17 years and we wish him all the best in his retirement.”
Matt Teeman, managing director, said: “Primesight has great strength in its people and we are delighted that Sarah, Mungo and Mark have agreed to take on these key roles. Harnessing the skills of our people and continuing to develop from within is key to our future as we continue to drive the out of home industry forward.”
Terry Dyer said: “Primesight is a very special company and it has been very rewarding to be a part of building it. I have also enjoyed many years within the industry and will continue to watch its ongoing progress whilst also enjoying a little more personal time.”