This is one of my occasional updates to theMarketingblog aimed at keeping your readers informed about the various events and media we are producing that may be of interest to them in the fields of Internet Retailing, Social Media and Digital Signage, DOOH & Digital Place Based Media.
The 3rd Internet Retailing Expo takes place March 20-21 2013 at the NEC UK. The largest trade show in the UK for online & multichannel retailers you can register to visit or request a brochure at www.internetretailingexpo.com Mark Pigou
There is a call for papers going out this week for 6 new conferences at the show and we have introduced a whole new content area for 2013 – IRIS or Internet Retailing In Store. For details email firstname.lastname@example.org
eSellermedia.com is our new “How to” website for SME’s seeking help with building their digital business. Let me know what you think at www.esellermedia.com
Digital Signage, DOOH & Digital place based media; The dates for Screenmedia expo 2013 are May 22-23 in London. If you would like a 2013 information pack then email@example.com
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Aer Lingus has confirmed that its board is considering a sweetened offer from British Airways owner IAG.
The Irish flag carrier said IAG had raised its all-cash offer to €2.55 (£1.90) per share, including a cash dividend per share of five euro cents.
It added that the proposal remains conditional on due diligence, board recommendation and the receipt of "irrevocable commitments from Ryanair and the minister of finance for Ireland" to accept the offer.
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Small firms are being ‘plagued’ by a poor payment culture, with some respected household brand names ‘abusing’ their suppliers, it was claimed last night.
The accusations came as it emerged that US consumer giant Heinz has more than doubled the length of time it is making small British suppliers wait for bills to be settled.Leading lobby group the Federation of Small Businesses said large companies were being ‘tarnished’ by their treatment of small suppliers and that their behaviour is damaging the reputation of business as a whole.