Paula Oliver To Leave JC Decaux

Adrian J Cotterill, Editor-in-Chief

After 17 years with the company, and most recently with the JCDecaux Airport division, Paula Oliver left JCDecaux sometime last week.

The Moodie Report covered the story best (albeiit a day after we broke the news). Paula told The Moodie Report “I feel I have achieved a great deal and need to move on to a new challenge.”

Paula Oliver, the highly rated Development Director for JCDecaux Airport, has left the company to pursue new challenges.

Oliver spent 17 years working for the advertising specialists and drove Decaux’s acclaimed development programme for the opening of London Heathrow Airport Terminal 5, and the highly successful digital rollout in BAA airports.

She started in airport advertising sales and rose rapidly through the ranks to Director level in 1998. She has held various senior roles, including responsibility for Operations and Maintenance, Sales Support, Product Development, Contract Management and Project/Construction Management.

Paula was pretty influential with their digital rollouts – her most recent big success of course was the work with BAA’s LHR T5.

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