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London & Partners, the capital's promotional body, is looking for an agency to create a campaign promoting .london as a domain name.
Pizza Express, the restaurant chain, has called a digital marketing review.
DLKW Lowe has launched a digital offering called Lowe Epic, with Burger King as its first client.
Activision Blizzard, the computer games company that publishes 'Call of Duty', is looking to appoint its first social media agency across Europe.
Maxus has launched Maxus Partnerships, a content and sponsorships division, and hired Laura Wade, the head of digital at UTV's TalkSport and Sport magazine, to run it.
Sharing of branded video has increased 50-fold since 2006, with Unilever's Dove "real beauty sketches" experiencing close to a 70-fold increase on the brand's most shared ad in 2006 compared to 2013.
Outdoor Plus is set to launch five digital screens in central London over the next two months in Kensington, Chelsea, Hampstead, Highgate, Muswell Hill, Chiswick and Kew.
Microsoft's UK sales director Simon Davies is to be promoted to the US-based role of general manager, west coast, Microsoft advertising and online.
Nexus/H, the full-service agency, has been awarded the global digital account for Miller Genuine Draft, the lager brand distributed by SABMiller.
Chelsea Football Club has issued a challenge to supporters by unveiling an online game aimed at testing their knowledge of the club's players, past and present.
Advertising industry trade bodies have condemned a bid by the pharma giant GlaxoSmithKline to get its agencies to make "bonus" payments to remain on its roster.
The former Virgin Media chief marketing officer, now executive consultant, on Virgin's integration with Liberty Global and making the leap from CMO to the boardroom.
Karmarama aims to encourage its staff to be more entrepreneurial by launching Krank, an initiative that invites them to pitch tech business ideas to a panel for a share of £100,000 funding.
Morrisons has hired Tribal Worldwide, London as its digital agency of record, ahead of the launch of its first e-commerce service next year.
Steve Auckland has been appointed managing director of Metro and will join the business on 10 December.
Newsworks, the UK marketing body for newsbrands, unveiled the winners of its inaugural planning awards last night at the Groucho Club in London.
Zone, the digital agency, has bought the Bristol-based consultancy Auros, boosting its technical capabilities.
Universal Pictures has risen through the viral chart to second place this week, while Jean-Claude van Damme's "epic split" for Volvo Trucks remains on top with 429,729 share.
Linda Grant, the managing director of Metro newspaper, is set to leave the business she has led for nearly three years tomorrow, as part of a wider restructure.
More than 600 executives attended the Campaign Media Awards last week to celebrate the best commercial media campaigns and initiatives in what has been another whirlwind year for the industry.
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