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Nielsen Global Connect appoints Chandler Bigelow as CFO.
Sean Cohan, a media industry and A+E veteran, joins the company as Chief Growth Officer and President, International; Peter Bradbury has been promoted to Chief Commercial Officer, U.S. and Karthik Rao has been named Chief Operating Officer, Nielsen Global Media.
David Rawlinson, President of the Global Online Business at Grainger, will become the Chief Executive Officer of Nielsen's Global Connect business. Linda Zukauckas will join the company as Chief Financial Officer. Both will join effective Feb. 3, 2020.
Veteran marketing leader Jacqueline Woods will join the company as Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) beginning Dec. 1, 2019. In this role, Ms. Woods will lead all aspects of global marketing, supporting the company’s transformation into an independent, publicly traded company.
Ghana’s latest Consumer Confidence Index (CCI) for the fourth quarter of 2018 shows a five point decrease to 108, while Nigeria’s CCI has dropped one point to 117, presenting a diverse picture of consumer sentiment across West Africa.
Nigeria’s latest Consumer Confidence Index (CCI) for the third quarter of 2018 has shown a four point decline to 118, while Ghana’s CCI for the same quarter has risen five points to 113, all in all a fairly stable picture for West Africa.
Disparate consumer sentiment across West Africa means that while Nigeria’s Consumer Confidence Index (CCI) for the second quarter of 2018 has risen a very healthy nine points to 122, Ghana’s CCI for the same quarter has fallen 12 points to 108.
The latest Nielsen Consumer Confidence Index (CCI) for Q1, 2018 for West Africa reflects a mixed bag of sentiment, associated with lingering uncertainty. Ghana’s CCI remains stable at 120 – the same level as the previous quarter – while Nigeria’s level has dropped nine points to 113.
In the latest Nielsen Consumer Confidence Index for Quarter 4, 2017 both Ghana and Nigeria show a marked increase and continued positive performance. Ghana climbed eight points to 120, while Nigeria’s score rose five points to 122.