U.K. News in Brief (June 17, 2010)
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U.K. News in Brief (June 17, 2010)

Corporate and financial communications specialist M: Communications is advising AXA on the potential £2.8billionn disposal of some of its U.K. life assurance businesses, plus new business for De Facto and new personnel for Burson-Marsteller.

Paul Holmes

LONDON—Corporate and financial communications specialist M: Communications is advising AXA on the potential £2.8billionn disposal of some of its U.K. life assurance businesses to Resolution Life.

 

LONDON—Joe Sinclair has joined Burson-Marsteller as a director and senior digital strategist, reporting to Philippe Pendaries, head of Burson-Marsteller U.K.’s integrated brand marketing practice, Sinclair will play a lead role in further developing the agency’s digital communications and social media offering. He was previously head of marketing at twentysix, one of the U.K.’s leading specialist digital agencies, where he delivered campaigns for clients including FremantleMedia, RBS, and Westfield.

 

LONDON—The De Facto life science and biotech unit of Good Relations has been appointed by Bio Nano Consulting, a specialist consultancy to the bio and nanotechnology sectors, as its retained PR agency. The De Facto team has been engaged by Bio Nano Consulting to undertake an extensive messaging and branding workshop and a PR program to raise the company’s profile and build its brand awareness. The campaign will focus on a combination of news and features PR initiatives with the goal of establishing Bio Nano Consulting as a niche provider of world class nano technology solutions.

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