Dixons Group is expected to sign a deal imminently with suppliers to introduce financial products, including credit cards and insurance cover for heating and plumbing services, as predicted in Marketing Week last year (February 19, 2004).
Holiday company Thomson has lined up two third-party promotions, with Old El Paso and KP Nuts, as part of its drive to develop partnerships and maintain its “power brand” status. The initiative will see the Thomson brand appear on 2 million packs of General Mills-owned Old El Paso products, including Fajitas, Enchiladas, Tacos and Nachos. […]
Interbrew UK is to launch “half-pint” Stella Artois cans in an attempt to reignite the stagnant lager category. Called Demi Beer, the new 284ml cans are expected to be available this summer. The launch will also attempt to appeal to “occasion drinkers” – who do not drink as a matter of course – as the […]
CN Radio, the local radio operator, has bought Lakeland Radio in Cumbria.
In Mental Health Week, it’s a good time to highlight your brand’s efforts to protect staff wellbeing, but you need to spend the rest of the year putting them into practice.
The former agency boss replaces Jude Bridge at the helm of the marketing consultancy.
Currys is by far the superior brand of the four merging businesses, but a number of challenges lie ahead for the electrical goods retailer.
Five years ago, NatWest CMO Margaret Jobling thought the marketing industry would naturally become more diverse, but she realises now more action must be taken.