EMEA News in Brief (August 2, 2010)
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EMEA News in Brief (August 2, 2010)

Ryanair has awarded its U.K. and Ireland media and communications business to Edelman Ireland, plus new business successes for Johnson King and College Hill.

Paul Holmes

DUBLIN—Ryanair has awarded its U.K. and Ireland media and communications business to Edelman Ireland after a competitive tender process in which over 30 U.K. and Irish agencies pitched to represent the discount airline. Edelman will take over Ryanair’s UK/Ireland communications from Murray Consultants in August.

 

LONDON—Johnson King has been appointed by U.S. technology firm, Digital Element, to manage an integrated PR campaign encompassing media relations, analyst relations, social media and speaking events, and covering the whole of Europe. The campaign will highlight Digital Element’s expertise in helping online publishers, retailers and ad companies deliver personalised web content to each and every customer, based on their exact location.

 

LONDON—College Hill’s leisure team has been hired to advise DP Poland, owner of the master franchise of Domino’s Pizza in Poland, on its fundraising and floatation on AIM. Partners Matthew Smallwood and Justine Warren are the advisory team at College Hill.

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