The Week in Technology

Chameleon launches consumer agency

- Chameleon PR, the b2b tech specialist, has launched a sister agency to handle consumer brands. Komodo PR will be headed up by Helen Holland, founder of Chameleon. Rob Skinner, previously b2b director, will become Chameleon's MD.

- TSSI, the personal identity and document security company, has handed a retained brief to new agency Speed Communications. Speed was founded last month when Loewy agencies Custard PR, BMA Communications, Mantra PR, Lighthouse PR and Rainier PR merged. The brief is to promote products and thought-leadership programmes.

- iMedia Connection, the publisher and event producer that is part of the Daily Mail and General Trust, has brought in Brighton-based Midnight Communications. The brief is to promote the iMedia Agency Summit, an event designed to encourage collaboration between leaders of the online advertising industry.

- Touchnote, the online and mobile service that creates personalised greeting cards, has hired Skywrite Comms following a three-way pitch. Touchnote allows people to design postcards from images stored on their mobile phones. Skywrite will be working with Touchnote to launch its new mobile application for a range of handset manufacturer application stores, including Nokia and iPhone.

- Seal, the PR, marketing, and design agency, has launched a digital division. It will be headed up by digital director Caroline Yates, who joins from digital agency RBH Engage, where she was managing director.

- CORRECTION: Mischief remains in place as the consumer agency for Krispy Kreme UK. This relationship remains unchanged despite Krispy Kreme hiring Edelman's digital division Spook last week (PRWeek, 17 April).

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