All singing, all dancing, no talent

(Twang twang twang twang) baby don’t hurt me, (twang twang twang twang) don’t hurt me, no more (twang twang). Sorry. The Diary’s just tuning up in preparation for Corporate Clash, a kind of Pop Idol for wage-slaves, rather than the doleys and trustafarians who appear on the ITV show.

With £5,000, a CD release and a spot supporting Blondie up for grabs – as well as the chance to shout “Don’t give up the day job” at people who actually have one – the Diary is sure the event will be a big hit. Which is probably more than any of the contestants will manage…


Naked wins Air Miles relaunch

Marketing Week

Naked Communications has been hired by Air Miles to help the company with its transformation into a fully fledged travel business. Air Miles is changing its name to The AirMiles Travel Company and severing its commercial ties with British Airways, although the airline will retain ownership. Air Miles has signed up 18 airlines as commercial […]

Roger Whiteside to leave Ocado

Marketing Week

Ocado, the online retailer, has announced that managing director Roger Whiteside is leaving the company. His responsibilities will be passed to Ocado founders Tim Steiner, Jason Gissing and Jonathan Faiman.

A Vision appoints by The Arts Council

Marketing Week

A Vision, the through-the-line agency, has been appointed by The Arts Council to run workshops on racism in the visual arts. It will work with decibel, an initiative established to tackle such issues in the arts.


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