Kodak appoints head of UK consumer imaging division

Kodak has recruited a new marketing director for its UK consumer imaging products (CIP) division.

Andrew Cornish replaces Gaetan Lambiase, who left to take on a general management role for Kodak in North America.

Cornish joins the UK team only months after his promotion to director of marketing for CIP and consumer imaging services for the Nordic division, based in Sweden.

The appointment comes in the same week as the announcement of a new director and manager for CIP Phillip Wise, to whom Cornish will report.

Cornish will be based at Kodak UK in Hertfordshire.

He is said to have boosted the company’s presence in the Nordic countries to the extent that Den-mark and Norway are now ranked among the top five performing countries for colour negative film in the international Kodak portfolio.

Shortly before the announcement of Cornish’s appointment, Wise was given the role of director and manager of Kodak UK CIP. He was previously European regional marketing director for paper and chemistry.

Wise will keep his European role alongside his new UK responsibilities and will move from the Kodak European office in London to the Hertfordshire head office.

He has spent the majority of his 17 years in retail marketing with Kodak Australia and Kodak South Africa. He replaces Mike McGinn, who has moved to head CIP in Canada.

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