EMEA News in Brief (April 26, 2010)
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EMEA News in Brief (April 26, 2010)

Grayling has been appointed by Lloyds International Private Banking, plus a new role for Woods at MS&L London and a new travel account for Lewis PR.

Paul Holmes

LONDON—Grayling has been appointed by Lloyds International Private Banking to support the bank’s global communications requirements. The 12-month public relations program will be managed and coordinated centrally from London with focus markets including the U.K., Europe, the Middle East and Latin America. Lloyds International Private Banking provides private banking for the world’s wealthiest individuals and their families. The communications program will focus on a number of profile raising initiatives as well as day-to-day media relations activity.

 

LONDON—MS&L London’s head of consumer lifestyle, Nick Woods, has expanded his responsibilities to include the role of creative director. Woods will take on responsibility for the agency’s creative output in May. Woods joined MS&L in June 2008; previously, he was a director at Weber Shandwick. He has also worked for Consolidated Communications and Porter Novelli.

LONDON--One of the U.K.’s leading luxury tour operators, Seasons in Style, has selected Lewis PR to support a major investment in social media. Lewis, which launched a new travel and consumer division earlier this year, will elevate the travel brand by developing a strong social media presence for Seasons in Style as well as build its position further across print, broadcast and online media.

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