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Manifest has taken the unusual step of hiring a CTO as it aims to invest 15 per cent of its budget on building new marketing tools.
WPP Health Practice has appointed Caroline Howe to the newly created position of UK country lead and promoted Simon Stebbing to UK chief executive of its creative and data agency Wunderman Thompson Health.
Marriott International has appointed Blurred to a pan-European communications campaign for its global travel programme Marriott Bonvoy, following a competitive pitch.
The world's second-largest PR agency has a new CEO.
Omnicom's PR unit overall was down by 1.3% organically.
Gift experiences provider Virgin Experience Days has hired The PHA Group to provide consumer press office and strategic communications services to amplify its offering in the UK and support the businesses' growth.
Consumer agency Instinct has been appointed to launch one of M&S Food's largest family customer campaigns: Little Shop.
The 'Beezza' marks the launch of the brand's latest pizza release, while recognising the importance of the insect to tomato production and highlighting the growing threat of climate change to its future.
Mischief has appointed creative director Greg Jones as its new managing director, filling a leadership void left by the departure of CEO Frankie Cory.
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