Fox Kids Europe has signed a deal with Infogrames to sponsor its new live-action sport series, Jam Hot.
Burger King has appointed Paul Reynish as head of marketing for Burger King UK and Ireland, following the abrupt departure of marketing director Anna Joseph after just three months (MW December 19, 2002). He is the third marketing chief at the fast-food retailer in as many years. Although Reynish’s job title differs from Joseph’s, who […]
Recent years have seen a major expansion in the licensed trade, led by chains such as JD Wetherspoon and Slug & Lettuce. As competition hots up and costs rise, has the beer boom begun to sour? By Branwell Johnson
Allied Domecq Spirits & Wine UK has appointed former Campbell Grocery Products chief Alison Levett as its new managing director.
Diageo launched a global online training programme for bartenders to keep one of the most social work communities together during lockdown.
At the end of every week, I look at the key stories, offering my view on what they mean for you and the industry. From Unilever investing in digital skills to the lessons from Premier Inn, it’s been a busy week. Here’s my take.
After a year of upheaval for Facebook, from ad boycotts to rows over hate speech, Nicola Mendelsohn is focused on the future, the value of resilience and the rise of discovery commerce.
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