The Week

P&G has called in Hill & Knowlton to handle its London 2012 Olympics sponsorship activation programme in the UK.

The CIPR has launched a new edition of its research, planning and measurement toolkit.

WPP saw its public relations and public affairs businesses grow 5.1 per cent in the third quarter. Overall, like-for-like revenues grew 7.5 per cent.

Lewis PR has been awarded a six-figure global brief by the Alita Hotels chain.

Channel 4 has hired Dan Brooke from Rare Day to lead all marketing, comms and corporate relations functions.

Triumph Motorcycles has handed a retained brand, motorsport and corporate PR brief to Prova.

Zandra Rhodes, the British fashion designer, has signed up Good Results to handle PR.

TVC is launching a new offering called TVC Creative, to compete directly with advertising and design agencies.

Belgrave, a comms consultancy, has been launched by former Travelodge corp comms head Nick Dines and Westminster City councillor Danny Chalkley.

Lansons Communications held on to the title of large consultancy of the year at the annual PRCA Awards.

3 Monkeys won the medium-sized consultancy award.

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