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Digital media agency Bullet PR launches

Bullet PR, a PR agency specialising in the digital media and creative sectors, will launch in Brighton this June. The agency's clients already include digital publishing company Made Up Media, full-service digital agency Bionic and creative digital agency Size-7. MD Pandora George last worked at Made Up Media as head of media. The agency will offer consumer, b2b and digital PR, as well as support for event launches.

CA, the major independent IT management software company, has expanded its European comms team. The company has brought in Tariq Ahmed as EMEA comms manager and Angela Allison as EMEA internal comms manager. Both will report to Sarah Atkinson, VP comms, EMEA. Ahmed was UK PR manager at Hewlett-Packard and Allison was internal comms manager at Cisco.

Funny or Die, the comedy website, has handed a brief to digital specialist Way to Blue. The agency has been charged with promoting new sketches by Little Britain stars Matt Lucas and David Walliams. The Rock Profile clips see the comic duo impersonating celebrities such as Amy Winehouse and Pete Doherty on a spoof interview show.

Feefo, the online customer feedback company, has brought in Kinross + Render. The agency will manage an international PR programme to support Feefo's global expansion plans. Feefo, which stands for Feedback Forum, has been in development for the past three years and is now launching on the mass market. The company has signed deals with clothing retailers Charles Tyrwhitt, Jack Wills and Artigiano. Kinross + Render will launch a media relations campaign in the UK, before rolling it out to the US, Australia and Germany.

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