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Hyperlink has appointed a new MD to help "ensure fast managed growth" at the Web agency, based in London's Covent Garden. Tim Jenner left Oracle UK more than a month ago, where he was regional director for Internet, intranet and decision support solutions, to take up the post. He replaces John Lambert who remains at Hyperlink as chairman. Founded in 1994, the company has increased its turnover by 3772 per cent over three years and now employs more than 40 people. Its clients include Allders, Waterstone's, The Economist, Alliance & Leicester, and the Beeb. ®

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