The England Marketing Advisory Board (EMAB) has appointed Hilton UK & Ireland’s vice-president of marketing, Hugh Taylor, as part-time, non-executive chairman.
Reckitt Benckiser has appointed Adrian Bellamy as chairman designate, taking over from Dr Hakan Mogren.
Diadora, the Italian sportswear manufacturer, has signed a two-year sponsorship deal with Bradford City FC, starting next season.
Ah, April at last. As the daffodils bloom and hedgehogs begin once more to die on the roads, thoughts turn to spring, sunshine and the warming of the world as the northern hemisphere tilts towards the sun. But some people, it seems, haven’t had enough misery. They like the cold and wind and they want […]
Camp Chipperfield Hill Murray has created a £12m branding campaign for More Than, which breaks next week. The campaign includes TV, cinema and poster advertising.
Marks & Spencer is to launch a menswear range for men over 35. It is understood it will be called SP and will be introduced to stores in September.
Sony-owned electronics brand Aiwa is in final discussions with Wieden & Kennedy over its multi-million pound global creative business after a four-way pitch against Fallon, Strawberry Frog and TBWA Worldwide.
Procter & Gamble is to downgrade half of its marketing directors to the more junior position of associate marketing director, as part of a worldwide reorganisation initiated by global marketing officer Jim Stengel.
Bausch & Lomb, the eye care specialist, has promoted UK marketing director Anthony John to the newly created role of commercial director for pharmaceuticals, as part of a wider restructuring of its core business areas.
Publicis London head of strategic planning Lucy Purdy has stepped down. Planners will now report to joint chief executive Derek Morris.
Mercier Gray has created a European marketing campaign to promote the launch of two Sega computer games, Super Monkey Ball 2 and Super Monkey Ball Junior. The campaign features press and point-of-purchase advertising.
MFI’s decision to use Ruby Wax as part of an ‘upmarket campaign’ illustrates how the realms of taste have shifted. But let’s not be judgmental, says Iain Murray Among the greatest of contemporary sins is to be judgmental, about some things at any rate. By all means discriminate against racists, sexists and other fashionable outcasts: […]