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01.01.70 | Anna Richardson
Emily Monkton-Milnes, currently key accounts manager at Random House Children's Books, is to join Bloomsbury in December as children's key accounts manager. She replaces Rosamund de la Hay who left on Thursday after 13 years with the company.
Previously head of PR and marketing, de la Hay managed the early PR and marketing for Harry Potter. She has left to start up her own retail venture in St Boswells near Edinburgh, converting an auction space into an open plan shopping centre with books, gifts and a café.