The Week

Vodafone has replaced Paratus Communications with Freuds on its comms roster. In addition, The Ideas Network and Tavistock Communications will offer UK comms support.

Huntsworth reported a 14 per cent profit rise and revealed it has bought US-based Atomic PR for $13.3m in its 2010 full-year results.

THE CIPR has launched a partnership with Team 2012, the official support programme for British athletes bidding for a place on Team GB and Paralympics GB.

Munich 2018, the bid committee for the Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games, has called in Weber Shandwick to support an international comms campaign.

Cohn & Wolfe has hired Weber Shandwick head of European brands Rebecca Grant. She becomes MD of the UK and EMEA consumer practice.

Subway has drafted in Good Relations to handle a national consumer PR brief following a six-way pitch. Incumbent McKenna Townsend will continue to handle some PR.

Michael Hayman, co-founder of PR agency Seven Hills, is one of eight entrepreneurs this week who launched the StartUp Britain campaign to back entrepreneurs.

Allied Bakeries has brought in Wild Card to handle consumer campaigns for the Allinson and Burgen bread brands.

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