Industry News

Dentsu is in pole position to win Jaguar Land Rover's estimated $500m global media account.
House of Fraser has launched a pop-up concession drive to make use of unused retail space.
Nigel Clarkson has departed as UK managing director of Oath with immediate effect after an internal investigation.
Rightmove, the property site, has shifted its marketing strategy to encourage people to find a new home when life moves on.
Public Health England is today launching the first government sexual health campaign in eight years after research revealed that large numbers of young people are having sex that puts them at risk of getting a sexually transmitted infection.
Influencer relations has become of higher priority to the luxury sector than traditional media relations according to a survey of members of the Luxury Communications Council (LCC), the community of comms and marketing experts from the luxury industry.
Mulberry, the luxury fashion brand, has opened a pop-up gin bar in Mayfair's Burlington Arcade.
The US Federal Communications Commission's (FCC) decision to repeal net neutrality laws has the potential to reshape the internet.
BT and Sky have announced a deal that will see BT provide Sky's Now TV service to BT TV customers, while Sky will sell BT Sport channels directly to its customers.
Belvedere, the vodka brand owned by LVMH, has created an espresso martini lounge.

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