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FremantleMedia Enterprises appoints CEO for EMEA

FremantleMedia Enterprises (FME) has appointed Mel Alcock as CEO for the Europe/Middle East/Africa regions. Alcock, most recently the chief client officer for social media agency iCrossing, will be responsible for maintaining and enhancing the performance of FME's operations across the core current EMEA markets of the UK, France and Germany, while also developing growth strategies for Turkey, Greece, the Middle East and sub-Saharan Africa, including South Africa. He will be based in London and report directly to David Ellender, Global CEO of FremantleMedia Enterprises. 'There is already an exceptional team in place in the EMEA region, with excellent local knowledge and the ability to tap into the wider global FremantleMedia network,' Alcock said. 'I am looking forward to working with the team to maintain and maximize FME's performance in the region, and around the world.'
September 9, 2009

FremantleMedia Enterprises (FME) has appointed Mel Alcock as CEO for the Europe/Middle East/Africa regions. Alcock, most recently the chief client officer for social media agency iCrossing, will be responsible for maintaining and enhancing the performance of FME’s operations across the core current EMEA markets of the UK, France and Germany, while also developing growth strategies for Turkey, Greece, the Middle East and sub-Saharan Africa, including South Africa. He will be based in London and report directly to David Ellender, Global CEO of FremantleMedia Enterprises. ‘There is already an exceptional team in place in the EMEA region, with excellent local knowledge and the ability to tap into the wider global FremantleMedia network,’ Alcock said. ‘I am looking forward to working with the team to maintain and maximize FME’s performance in the region, and around the world.’

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