BRONNER TAPS MACDONALD FOR LONDON OFFICE

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Martin Macdonald was named to the new post of senior VP-executive creative director in Bronner Slosberg Humphrey's London office. He moves to the U.K. from Atlanta, where he was vice chairman-executive creative director at WestWayne. Boston-based Bronner established the U.K. office last year.

Foster & Gallagher created an e-commerce division based on the early success of four Web sites it launched in 1998. John Deneen was promoted to director of the division, from marketing manager of Foster & Gallagher's Children's Group. Foster & Gallagher mails 13 million catalogs annually, including Breck's, The Popcorn Factory and Spring Hill Nurseries. The company plans to launch at least four more Web sites this year.

David Walker, 45, was tapped as president of Royal Mail U.S., New York, the U.S. subsidiary of the British Post Office. He previously was director of the Branded Markets Business Center at Post Office Counters Ltd., the retail division of the British Post Office. Mr. Walker succeeds Chris Powell, who becomes VP-global sales development, Royal Mail International, London.

OgilvyOne Worldwide opened a Tokyo office last week, the direct marketing agency's 69th location. Midori Kaneko becomes managing director of OgilvyOne

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