Monarch hires Freuds director David Page

Airline group Monarch has appointed David Page as its new group head of communications.

Page’s brief covers internal and external communications and CSR.

He will report to chief people officer Pauline Prow.

Page joins from consumer and corporate PR agency Freuds where, over a three-year period, he was business director on its Mars and Asda Walmart accounts. His previous roles include business director of the Danone account at Burson-Marsteller.

Prow said: “David brings a wealth of communications experience, knowledge and insight to the company and we know that he will be a great asset to the group.”

Page added: “Monarch is an established player in a progressive and dynamic industry. I’m delighted that I’ll be part of its future and look forward to playing a key role in addressing the opportunities and challenges that lie ahead.”

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