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Marketing and communications jobs at Mesh Computers are getting the revolving door treatment.

Last month communications manager Paul McEvoy left the business, choosing to head into the dotcom world. And this week marketing manager John Hendrick clears his desk to go travelling and pursue a freelance marketing career.

Andrzej Bania, who joined the firm last month, takes over the marketing job. McEvoy doesn't seem to have been replaced.

In August Mesh announced it had enticed Mick Thornburn from Dennis Publishing to be its MD. He took over the role at the London-based PC builder from Max Sherafati and Peter Ramiz, who changed their job title to joint CEO of the company. ®

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