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As the Official Airline Partner to UEFA EURO 2016TM, Turkish Airlines announced the full details of its ‘Meet Europe’s Best’ campaign today, championing fans and European cultures ahead of this summer’s competition. The campaign includes the launch of television commercials, unique plane liveries, ticket giveaways and a dedicated microsite.
Celebrations will continue during the tournament with select Turkish Airlines planes showing live matches, activation zones in four host cities and branding across notable sites in Paris.
CarKeys.co.uk has announced the expansion of its senior team, as Chris Smith becomes Head of Carkeys.co.uk and Sean Harris joins the team as Commercial Operations [more…]
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The initiative invites customers to leave their old and unwanted clothes by any brand at Marks & Spencer stores. These are then given to Oxfam to be resold online or in international markets. What is not sold or re-used is recycled.
The online campaign, created by RKCR/Y&R, consists of a series of stylishly animated films narrated by Joanna Lumley. The films show dozens of items of clothing morphing into good deeds while the Absolutely Fabulous star explains all the ways Shwopped items can help those in need.
A survey of 250 British retail decision-makers released today by Global-e, the cross-border e-commerce specialist, reveals that 3 in 5 (60%) retailers have made no business plans whatsoever should a Brexit go ahead in June; a little over a month away. In fact, 96% of retail sole traders have made no business provisions at all for a potential Brexit.
Among the cross-section of retail businesses surveyed, medium-sized retailers (100-249 employees) are most prepared for a potential Brexit with over a half (54%) saying they have made plans as a business already. This group was also most in favour of a Brexit, with 54% saying that they will vote to leave the European Union, compared to under a quarter (24%) of respondents in companies with more than 500 employees. [more…]