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Zurich marketing manager moves to 1st Exchange

1st Exchange has appointed Zurich Financial Services marketing manager Sally Davies as head of marketing.

Davies will be responsible for managing marketing activity at the technology provider including strategy, communication, operations and implementation.

She has over 15 years experience in marketing and communications, and nine years at senior management level.

1st Exchange propositions and business development director Paul Yates says: “We are delighted to have Sally joining the 1st Exchange team. She brings with her a wealth of marketing experience having had a long career in the blue chip financial services industry. Sally will undoubtedly be an asset to the team.”

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