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WorldPay Names VP of Global Marketing

Dec. 1, 2011

London-based e-commerce processor WorldPay has appointed Charlotte Speller as vice president of Global Marketing, for the e-commerce division of the business. Most recently Speller served as head of marketing and PR for Sage Pay. “WorldPay is preparing for an exciting 2012 where we will be putting in place campaigns that will transform the recognition of the WorldPay brand and drive our thought leadership agenda,” said Phillip McGriskin, chief product officer at WorldPay. “Charlotte’s experience within the industry and reputation as an expert e-commerce marketer means she is perfectly placed to drive this change forward in 2012.” Prior to Sage Pay, Speller spent five years working in public relations and marketing in intellectual property and was the editor of IP Review.



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