Technology: The Week in Technology

Bray Leino names head of digital new business.

Bray Leino has hired Zia Namooya as head of digital new business. Namooya formerly worked at FireBrand's Social Media Library as social media director. In the new role, he reports to the agency's new business director Shaun Cooper and digital brand experience director Patrick Furse.

Mi Liberty has recruited former Global Mobile and Marketing Week journalist Rufus Jay to work across the technology and telecommunications roster. Jay brings ten years' journalism experience to the agency. Rachael Parker has also been appointed senior account manager as part of the recruitment drive.

Thomas Cook UK & Ireland has brought in digital and technology agency Greenlight to handle its SEO strategy.

The travel firm has charged Greenlight with the planning, development and implementation of the strategy that will enable it to achieve its online marketing objectives.

Shopping.com has handed its PR account to specialist tech and life science agency Ballou PR.

The consumer site, which stocks a range of technology products, has briefed the agency to help raise awareness of the online store through an integrated strategy.

Netviewer, the remote meetings and conferences software supplier, has chosen Grayling and Epoch to lead its PR account.

The brand offers online solutions to facilitate remote meetings of up to 100 delegates, providing access from their computers.

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