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Adam Webb departs UK Music

By | Published on Friday 6 July 2012

UK Music

Adam Webb has announced he is stepping down as communicators chief for cross-industry trade body UK Music.

Having originally been hired as Head Of Press for British Music Rights, Webb stayed with the body when then boss Feargal Sharkey morphed the organisation into UK Music in 2008, leading its press and communications activities. He is leaving to pursue a number of new projects, some music-related.

Webb told CMU: “Working for the industry’s umbrella body has been a real privilege. UK Music has achieved a lot in a short space of time, and I’m grateful for the opportunity to have been involved. I now look forward to new challenges and new projects”.

Meanwhile UK Music CEO Jo Dipple added: “Adam has been a great friend to UK Music and its members and we are sorry to see him go”.



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