Maybe those companies engaged in driving us online in order to streamline their operations (MW October 25) and drive cost out of their businesses would do well to remember that it was not so long ago that organisations tried to make us all convert to the telephone, away from face-to-face services, for the same reason. […]
Lakeside Shopping Centre has dropped its £1m advertising account with Doner Cardwell Hawkins and has handed the business to Jojo Communications without a pitch. The shopping centre is planning a major ad campaign in the new year, which could see it returning to TV advertising after a two-year absence, as well as exploring opportunities in […]
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Many marketers perceive outdoor advertising to be a poor relation to other media, especially TV, but it is clear that it is very effective.
As global giants jostle for position in mega-mergers, urgent street-level deals, such as Castel’s recent offer for Oddbins, are being held up. By George Pitcher
While youth may appear to have the same views, they differ greatly on many issues, although ultimately this does not affect their purchasing behaviour
Bertelsmann-owned BCA, the UK’s leading bookclub, has officially launched Booksdirect.co.uk, an umbrella website for over 20 specialist and generalist bookclubs. The launch is backed by a “fully integrated” on and offline advertising campaign and competition.
Ample, the AMP-owned financial services website, is reviewing its advertising and direct marketing (DM) business held by WWAV Rapp Collins, Zentropy Partners and Egg Design as it prepares to increase its spend on direct marketing. Ample has spent £900,000 on press and poster advertising since its launch in June, but is planning to increase its […]
P&O Princess is to merge with Miami-based Royal Caribbean Cruises.
Nest has developed a taxi branding campaign for energy drink Spiked Silver, which will see 40 London cabs decorated with the drink’s imagery and strapline ‘At last! An energy drink that tastes good!’.
Like the rest of the Net, Web radio has fallen foul of the New Economy backlash, but the format has much to commend it, despite its lack of profits. By Torin Douglas
COI’s stranglehold over Government agency appointments is weakened by the DTLR’s review plan