Technology: The Week in Technology

DMG Europe to work with Sunbelt Software.

Sunbelt Software, the security software manufacturer, has awarded its UK PR account to tech PR house DMG Europe. The agency will use a combination of traditional and new media to reach new audiences in the UK. DMG was awarded the US brief in June.

Blitz Arcade, the UK games developer, has drafted in Honcho to work on the account for new game Encleverment Experiment. A social media and viral approach will run alongside an offline campaign targeting youth, women's and lifestyle publications. The campaign will run until the end of the year.

Lawson Dodd has recruited Natasha Gomer as its new head of digital. Gomer will work alongside the agency's executive head of digital, overseeing digital strategy and social media. She joins from Porter Novelli.

Philips Europe has reappointed Ogilvy PR to a pan-European broadcast PR brief. The agency will continue to promote a range of consumer products, including TVs and domestic appliances. Germany, France, the UK and The Netherlands are the key areas of focus.

Spinvox, the voice-to-text firm, will not seek a direct replacement for social media head James Whatley, who is to depart after two years. Spinvox global comms director Jane Henry said Whatley's duties would be shared among the global comms team 'to reflect the growth of the company in North and South America, the Pacific Rim and southern Europe.

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