- The Dutch brand Ketel One Vodka is looking for an agency to handle UK advertising.
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- BSkyB is looking for a creative agency to handle a major new advertising brief and is preparing to expand its creative agency roster.
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- Luxottica, the owner of the Ray-Ban and Oakley brands and the Sunglass Hut stores, has launched a review of its global media planning and buying arrangements.
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- The once-leading social media site MySpace has held talks with agencies as it prepares for a brand relaunch towards the end of the year.
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- Bookmaker Paddy Power is looking to maintain its reputation for controversial stunts by issuing targeted briefs to agencies.
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- The Canadian Tourism Commission has kicked off a review of its estimated £30 million international advertising arrangements.
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- The Department of Health is reviewing the advertising agency arrangements on its high-profile anti-smoking campaign.
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- B&Q is reviewing the CRM and direct marketing account for its TradePoint business, which targets professionals in the building trade.
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- The Home Office is looking for an advertising agency to work on quick-turnaround projects across a range of policy areas, including crime, immigration and counter-terrorism.
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