7 October 2004

Camelot to launch SMS Lotto service

National Lottery operator Camelot is to reveal a £100m jump in sales during the first half of this year as it today (Wednesday) unveils its latest technological innovation – a play-by-text lottery service.

National Savings launches premium bonds for savers

The Government-backed National Savings & Investments is launching a regular-saver version of its Premium Bonds product next week. The tax-free bonds will be available for consumers setting up a standing order of £50 each month.

Lever Fabergé poised to chop Physio Sport range

Lever Fabergé is understood to be looking at axing its former flagship personal care range Physio Sport in order to concentrate on core brands such as Impulse, Lynx and Sure under its brand-trimming “Path to Growth” strategy.

Lever Fabergé poised to chop Physio Sport range

Lever Fabergé is understood to be looking at axing its former flagship personal care range Physio Sport in order to concentrate on core brands such as Impulse, Lynx and Sure under its brand-trimming “Path to Growth” strategy.

National Savings launches premium bonds for savers

The Government-backed National Savings & Investments is launching a regular-saver version of its Premium Bonds product next week. The tax-free bonds will be available for consumers setting up a standing order of £50 each month.

ASA censures Trojan poster campaign

US condom brand Trojan has been censured by the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) for encouraging children to access sexually explicit material through its website. Its poster campaign features a woman with her eyes closed and mouth open with the tagline: “Come online and play the sex organ”. It prompted 42 complaints. Media Therapy created the […]

T-Mobile loses head of business marketing

T-Mobile International vice-president of business marketing Celia Francis is leaving after three years at the company. It is not known if Francis has a job to go to but she is understood to want to pursue more “entrepreneurial opportunities” in the mobile industry. She will leave on October 31. The mobile phone giant has started […]

Foxmurphy snaps up £1.5m Butcher’s job

Butcher’s Pet Care has appointed Norwich-based agency Foxmurphy to handle its £1.5m advertising business. The appointment is part of a move by the pet food company to refocus on its core brand values.

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