There is real evidence that children are eager to consume factual, print media, so newspaper publishers should think more seriously about safeguarding their future readership.
Lynton Crosby, Theresa May’s former spin doctor, has teamed up with former Barack Obama strategist Jim Messina to advise brands on how to market themselves across an increasingly complex digital landscape.
Pitch Marketing Group and gambling site Betfair have teamed up with Rio Ferdinand to help the retired footballer launch a professional boxing career, with the agency saying they hope it will top the success of its forerunner, #SwitchingSaddles.
Ryanair’s handling of customer angst and media scrutiny following a mass cancellation of flights brings to mind its low customer service standards of days gone by, says one travel comms expert – but it now appears to have a handle on the situation.
Matt Bourn next month joins the Advertising Association as director of comms, after Ian Barber’s move last month to a role at Dentsu Aegis Network.
The former EMEA head of digital at Weber Shandwick has gone public with his new venture Coolr, an internal comms agency that is an official partner of Facebook’s Workplace platform.
Former Daily Mirror journalist Greig Box Turnbull has launched Fortitude Communications in Oxford.
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Chris Geoghegan, the father of sacked Bell Pottinger partner Victoria Geoghegan, has stepped down from a role at Rentokil after The Times said that he had profited from introducing the agency to its controversial client Oakbay.
Four Manchester United players met up after training to tackle a series of bowling challenges arranged by the club’s partner, the online banking group Swissquote.