EMI has launched a competition in which people have to find classic Pink Floyd album posters around UK towns and post images of themselves and the posters online. Read full article here.
Greggs is asking Facebook and Twitter fans to submit ideas for a festive song as it looks to “capture the festive spirit of customers” and raise money for forces charity Help for Heroes.
The Central Office of Information (COI), the government’s on-notice marketing services provider, spent £168m on marketing in its penultimate financial year.
Energy regulator Ofgem says its proposals to make gas and electricity tariffs simpler to understand will result in more customers switching to cheaper price plans, restoring confidence in the industry.
Founded by Direct Line’s Mark Evans, the Sprintathon has been revived to “welcome back” the UK marketing industry post-Covid while raising funds for Stand Up to Cancer.
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