This week in leadership updates, Calvin Klein appoints Jonathan Bottomley to chief marketing officer, Microsoft UK chief marketing officer Paul Bolt plans to exit, the GSMA promotes Lara Dewar to chief marketing officer and more.

Calvin Klein Hires Jonathan Bottomley As Global Chief Marketing Officer

Calvin Klein has tapped Jonathan Bottomley as its global chief marketing officer, reports Adweek.

Bottomley joins Calvin Klein from Boll & Branch, where he served as chief marketing officer for a year and a half. Previously, he was executive vice president, chief marketing officer at Ralph Lauren for nearly four years.

The GSMA Elevates Lara Dewar Chief Marketing Officer

Lara Dewar has been promoted to chief marketing officer of the GSMA, according to a press release.

Dewar steps up from the role of global head, public relations and communications, a role she’s held at the GSMA for the past two and a half years.

Microsoft UK Chief Marketing Officer Paul Bolt To Exit

After almost six years working in marketing at Microsoft UK, the company’s chief marketing officer, Paul Bolt, is stepping down.

Bolt announced the news on LinkedIn and said he’s leaving to pursue “a new opportunity.”

DAZN Taps Pete Oliver As Global Chief Marketing Officer

After spending more than 20 years at BT, Pete Oliver has joined DAZN as global chief marketing officer. 

During his tenure, among other roles, Oliver ran BT sport’s marketing teams for seven years.

In his new role at DAZN, he’ll lead the group’s global marketing teams and distribution partnerships.