The Week in Technology

Confetti.co.uk, the online wedding shop, has called in Lucre to handle its consumer and trade PR activity. Lucre's brief will be to promote the online shop and community forums, while strengthening industry partnerships to further develop the online directory service.

Zuku TV, a provider of TV, internet and phone services to homes and businesses across Africa, has hired Franklin Rae. The agency will cover Zuku's b2b global PR account and help raise Zuku's international profile in the broadcast and telecoms market.

Global Dawn, the online customer engagement company, has appointed Hotwire and Rabbit. Hotwire will cover the company's media relations and corporate profiling, while Rabbit will work on influencer and social media campaigns.

Freedom, a UK-based technology, media and telecoms solutions provider, has brought in Firefly Communications to manage internal comms and UK PR.

QiComm, the telecoms operator and systems integrator, has handed its b2b account to Babel PR. The ongoing programme will see Babel focus on increasing awareness of QiComm as a trusted supplier to telecoms operators and broadband providers.

Blast Radius, a strategic digital agency, has appointed Propeller as its full-service PR agency. Propeller will supply PR strategy and comms, as well as media relations and event activity to help build the company's UK profile.

Ipanema Technologies has chosen Epoch PR to develop and implement its UK PR programme. Ipanema Technologies supports and enables large enterprises to optimise their global network; private cloud, public cloud or both.

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