06 Dec 2006
Merry Christmas from Thresher! The retailer recently released a printable voucher on the internet entitling the bearer to 40% off wine and champagne up to a value of £500 until 10 December. Despite the fact that the voucher was intended as a special 'thank you' to selected suppliers, it has spread virally...
You're probably toxic with too much junk-food thinking after Ofcom's ruling last week. But I make no apologies for adding to the overload by picking over the issues some more; no-one is in any doubt of the significance of the ruling for advertising freedoms.
15 Nov 2006
Is there anything more paradoxical than Champagne? Often mistaken as a product or category, Champagne is neither.
24 Oct 2006
| by by Satkar Gidda
The Polish community in the UK is both growing and changing fast. This change will involve both brand consultancies and packaging designers as Polish products are translated into the UK market, and as food manufacturers respond to the increasing numbers of the Polish community with home-produced Polish...
06 Oct 2006
| by Deborah Bonello
As the global market takes shape, will there be a place for micro networks or will they feel the squeeze?
06 Sep 2006
Paul Walsh is still doing a splendid job as Diageo's chief executive, as last week's preliminary results for 2006 revealed.
31 Aug 2006
Jerome Hatt was a very modern man for the 17th century. When he earned his diploma in brewing and coopery he wasted no time opening a small brewery in the Brasserie du Canon, just a few steps from the cathedral in Strasbourg.
23 Aug 2006
David Gilmour felt the warm South Pacific breeze caress his shoulders as he followed through with the five-iron.
14 Jul 2006
Ofcom now has the final submissions on this critical issue. John Tylee considers whether the industry has gone far enough.
It has been a crucial week for advertising freedom. The ad industry joined forces to make its do-or-die proposal to Ofcom on the future of food advertising to children.