EMEA News In Brief (November 14, 2011)
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EMEA News In Brief (November 14, 2011)

New business wins for Moonlight Media, Four Communications and W Communications; a new appointment at the Alzheimer's Society.

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LONDON—Moonlight Media has been engaged to represent the Guild of Public Relations Practitioners, adding public relations to the social media functions it has been providing for some time to the Guild.

LONDON—The Alzheimer’s Society’s head of policy and public affairs, Andrew Chidgey, has been appointed the Society’s next director of external affairs. Chidgey, who has worked at Alzheimer's Society for the last nine years, replaces Andrew Ketteringham, who announced earlier this year that he will retire in January 2012.

LONDON—Four Communications has been appointed to work alongside P&O Cruise’s in-house PR department to handle a consumer program, and to co-ordinate news and picture media logistics for the celebration of the cruise line’s 175th anniversary. The P&O Cruises PR team will retain all liaisons with travel editors, cruise writers and the travel trade press.

LONDON-- Jo, Jamie and Ty Wood have handed a consolidated PR brief to W Communications. The newly appointed agency will represent the family of entrepreneurs across their business and personal interests. W Communications will identify opportunities to build Jo Wood’s profile as a leading lifestyle guru as well as promote her interior design business, fragrance range and pop-up restaurant Mrs Paisley’s lashings. The agency will also support a number of further projects lined up for 2012. The agency will work with Jamie and Ty to build their profiles in the contemporary art world alongside their respective fine art galleries Whisper and Scream. W Communications will support the exhibitions as well as the artists involved including Pakpoom Silaphan and Bruce French.

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