Tribe has been appointed by Enterprise Insight, the organisation supported by the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills. The agency has been hired to help inspire the next generation of entrepreneurs in the east of England. The campaign will reach a peak during Global Entrepreneurship Week (16-22 November).
Birmingham City Council's fortnightly Forward newspaper is facing the axe, reports the Birmingham Post. The publication has not appeared since the council's print and distribution contract with regional publisher Trinity Mirror expired in June. The newspaper went to around 400,000 homes and various other locations around the city.
Oxfordshire Waste Partnership has reported that more than 2,200 Oxfordshire residents show commitment to reducing their food waste, after the body of local councils promoted the national Love Food Hate Waste campaign to raise awareness of the £10bn worth of food wasted in the UK every year. The organisation has held roadshows throughout the area and given away free recipe books.
Manchester Business School has appointed Weber Shandwick North to promote it to the world. The agency was appointed following a four-way pitch. The 12-month campaign will act to underline the school's position as one of the world's leading providers of MBA programmes, highlight the quality of its research capabilities and the success of its students. The brief will be led by Weber Shandwick North MD Jo Leah.
Rich Visions has been retained by Redbridge Homes to provide consultancy to assist in the improvement of its equality and diversity policies. Redbridge Homes is owned by the London Borough of Redbridge. The work will include conducting equality impact assessments for the organisation, which is responsible for the management of more than 7,000 homes in the borough.