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Trading Places: this week's people moves

Enyi Nwosu takes up a global role at WPP's Mindshare and Absolute Radio's Anthony Abbott joins Bauer Media in a newly created post, in this week's round-up of people moves in advertising, marketing media and PR.

 

Post Office reviews advertising, DM and digital accounts

The Post Office is preparing to review its advertising, direct and digital accounts through the Crown Commercial Service, which has approached agencies on the Government's creative framework.

 

Brand Republic Digital Awards shortlist revealed

The shortlist for the 2014 Brand Republic Digital Awards has been decided, following an action-packed judging day at Yahoo's UK headquarters on 10 April.

 

Karmarama grabs Coppafeel! breast cancer charity account

CoppaFeel!, the breast cancer awareness charity for young people, has awarded Karmarama its creative advertising account without a pitch, unseating incumbent AIS, which won the account in 2010.

 

Pick of the week: The Pilion Trust, Publicis London

James Swift is impressed by The Pilion Trust's new campaign.

 

Atomic lands Cancer Research legacy brief

Atomic London has been hired by Cancer Research UK to lead the charity's legacy marketing and direct giving campaigns.

 

Trading Places: this week's people moves

David Kolbusz leaves Bartle Bogle Hegarty for New York and Delia Bushell joins BT TV and Sport as managing director from BSkyB, in this week's round-up of people moves in advertising, marketing, media and PR

 

Government seeks agency to show apprenticeships are not 'the second choice'

The Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) has called a pitch for an advertising agency to work on a year-long contract to promote apprenticeships to young people.

 

How Lemz became a crime-fighter

The Dutch agency created a computer-generated child in an effort to ensnare online paedophiles. By Gijs De Swarte.

 

A history lesson on the fight for self-regulation

Torin Douglas recalls how the introduction of independent ad regulation funding 40 years ago helped avert statutory controls.

 

UN seeks shop for HIV and Aids creative task

The United Nations' HIV and Aids programme, UNAIDS, is looking for an agency to help make HIV testing "cool".

 

Agencies vie for NHS digital brief

NHS Blood and Transplant, the special health authority that supplies blood and organs to hospitals in England and North Wales, is looking to appoint a digital agency.

 

Advertising body ISBA welcomes Javid as culture secretary

ISBA, the advertising trade body, has welcomed the appointment of Sajid Javid as secretary of state for the Department of Culture, Media and Sport and praised his "strong business background".

 

Culture secretary Maria Miller resigns

Culture secretary Maria Miller has this morning resigned from her post, following a row over her expenses claims.

 

WPP launches multi-sector practice for government clients

WPP has formed the global Government & Public Sector Practice, utilising its advertising, media, research and campaign evaluation resources to boost its offering to government clients.

 

Rankin shoots campaign for rare disease charity

An ataxia charity has teamed up with TBWA\London and Rankin to create a print campaign that raises awareness of the rare genetic disease.

 

The National Trust appoints Jam to social media business

The National Trust has appointed Jam to handle its social media activity and build its online community following a competitive pitch process against unnamed agencies.

 

Lida wins Alzheimer's Society's direct and digital

Lida has been awarded the direct and digital fundraising account for dementia charity the Alzheimer's Society following a competitive pitch.

 

Global viewpoint from Manila

I always joke that, when I was first asked what I knew about the Philippines, I replied: "They re a lovely couple." However, the tragedy of Typhoon Haiyan meant that, by 8 November 2013, the watching world was all too familiar with where these island...

 

Labour demands tougher ad rules

Labour has demanded stricter rules on TV ads for foods that are high in fat, sugar or salt (HFSS) in a sign of what the party would do if it wins next year's general election.

 
 

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