The Week

- Westbury Communications has won a four-way pitch to promote food and drink products with protected designations of origin. The campaign is part-financed by the European Union.

- Citigate Dewe Rogerson has bolstered its consumer PR division by bringing in Firefly's Brandon Stockwell as a director.

- EURO RSCG Biss Lancaster has won a seven-way pitch to promote ex-footballer Ian Wright's new book, Fitter Families, on behalf of client Fit for Sport.

- The European Commission has signed up Bell Pottinger for a three-year account to help promote 'short sea shipping' in Europe.

- Porter Novelli has named Anthony Viceroy president of global business operations and CEO.

- Consolidated PR has opened an experiential practice to be run by new hire Alice Dalton, who joins from Smart Fusion.

- Haribo UK is in talks with Wakefield-based Open Communications to handle its UK press office work.

- Jonathan Hemus, former head of crisis and issues management at Porter Novelli, has launched Insignia.comms.

- Marks & Spencer's comms team is expected to be hit by redundancies. The firm declined to say whether the team was safe from last week's 1,230 job losses.

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