Loot head of print marketing Justine Dewey is leaving the newspaper. It is not clear if she has a job to go although she is understood to be leaving the newspaper industry.
Dewey, who leaves in the next couple of weeks, has been in the role for two and a half years and is responsible for brand development and advertising for the classified publication, including agency appointments.
It is understood that the newspaper is now considering giving Dewey’s responsibilities to head of online marketing Spencer Dyment-Shone.
Dewey had been with Associated Newspapers, which owns Loot, for 17 years and also held marketing roles at the Evening Standard.