Stena Line, the Irish Sea ferry operator, has appointed Tim Hayes as its new head of sales and marketing.
British Airways has linked with bureau de change chain Travelex to offer British Airways Travel Money – foreign exchange and travellers’ cheques.
The Scottish Tourist Board has unveiled its new campaign. The 1.6m initiative, which includes London Under-ground posters, TV, radio and direct mail features the catchline ‘Spring into Summer’ and will run from April to June.
Coty is extending its Chanson d’Eau range with the launch of Chanson d’Air in April. Both ranges will be backed by a 1m ad campaign during the summer in the women’s press, which will include 5 million scent strips.
jones knowles ritchie has redesigned the Boddingtons livery. It is intended to appear more modern and to enable greater scope for cross-promotions.
Levi Strauss is unveiling the next phase of its advertising for its trouser label Dockers (right), based on the theme of ‘There’s more to life than ironing’. The ads, through Bartle Bogle Hegarty, break on March 28 and will be shown across Europe on TV and in cinemas.
Lottery regulator Oflot’s director general John Stoker met the board of Camelot consortium member Gtech yesterday. He will decide ‘in weeks’ whether to force Camelot to expel G-Tech from the consortium following allegations of bribery.
Demaglass Tableware, the UK’s largest manufacturer of glass tableware for the retail market, has appointed Stephen Brooks as its new marketing director. He comes from Waterford Wedgwood, where he was director of special markets.
One-2-One is to provide the England football team with Motorola StarTac phones, to include its international roaming service. The phones will carry the three lions logo.
Allen International, the strategic design company, has appointed Malcolm Parkinson as a non-executive director. He replaces Mike Allen, who will concentrate on the company’s growth plans. Parkinson has been chief executive of FW Woolworth and of identity consultancy Siegal & Gale.
Falmer is opening its first standalone retail outlet on Thursday. The store, which will sell seconds and redundant stock, will be in Cheshire Oaks.