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Be crowned ‘The Next Big Thing’ and claim the £5,000 cash prize and a nice ornament for the mantlepiece / ad:tech London October 2015

by on August 21, 2015


Check out brand & agency bigwigs speaking at #adtechlondon & save £200

by on August 14, 2015


Events : ad:tech for brands .. new site is now live / Daniel Brain

by on August 8, 2015

Daniel Brain writes ... The new ad:tech London website is live!

Check it out for details of all the brand/agency/media CEOs, CMOs & digital leaders talking content, data & tech on 13-14 Oct plus a $50k Unilever investment pitch!


The Next Big Thing, the start-up initiative launched by ad:tech London

by on August 7, 2015

Unilever partners with adtech London

Unilever is targeting new relationships with marketing and advertising technology entrepreneurs after Chief Marketing & Communications Officer Keith Weed announced an extension of its investment in The Next Big Thing, the start-up initiative launched by ad:tech London in association with Shoreditch-based accelerator Collider


Events / Meet thousands of buyers … exhibit at ad:tech London

by on July 24, 2015


Events : What do Andrew Keen, Keith Wood, Karen Blackett, Conny Kalcher and Nina Bibby have in common?

by on July 16, 2015

They are all speakers at ad:tech London in October

ad:tech London is where marketing and media players go for quality networking at scale and cutting-edge content delivered by the world’s leading brands, agencies and media owners.


UK Trade & Investment confirmed as official event partner to the business travel show

by on February 2, 2015

Keep up to date with the latest news from the @BTShowlondon Business Travel Show 2015

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Across the pond – Tesco is having a second stab at the US market

by on April 15, 2014

Tesco is having a second stab at the US market, announcing plans yesterday to open the first franchise stores of its clothing business F&F @FandFclothing across the pond.

The move comes just seven months after Tesco backed out of its Fresh & Easy venture in the US, booking a £1bn writedown on the move after attempts to take on US retail giants like Walmart failed.