The Week

BSM (the British School of Motoring) has appointed Henry's House as its retained PR agency after a six-way pitch.

Kreab Gavin Anderson has hired Tom Grimmer as managing partner, China. He was senior communications adviser, Asia Pacific, at Credit Suisse in Beijing.

Mason Williams Communications has been appointed by licensers Grosvenor to launch a fragrance and beauty range for the How To Look Good Naked brand, based on Gok Wan's TV series.

mySupermarket.co.uk, the grocery shopping and comparison website, has handed Lansons Communications a brief spanning consumer, lifestyle and trade PR.

Oman Air, the flag carrier of the Sultanate of Oman, has appointed London-based Black Sheep Public Relations to provide UK public relations support.

Durrants, the media monitoring firm, is to buy the UK print monitoring business of Cision.

Harry Morgan, the London restaurant that hit the headlines when Rachel Stevens and BBC correspondent Hugh Pym witnessed a shoot-out, has hired Neil Reading PR.

Justin Crosby, former director at Taylor Herring and MS&L, has launched his own agency, Boom!, for entertainment brands.

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