RealityMine, which was set up by Apadmi CEO, Garry Partington, has announced the acquisition of USA TouchPoints.
Previously operated in America by the Media Behaviour Institute, USA TouchPoints captures data about how customers lead their lives to help with communications and marketing strategies.
Smoking Gun has been enlisted to spruce up gardening and give it the kind of profile that cooking currently enjoys.
The Manchester agency has been hired by the newly formed, Garden Industry Marketing Board, which has been set up to change the perceptions of gardening amongst 30-45-year-olds.
Made in Manchester has produced a special documentary on Nelson Mandela for BBC Radio 5 Live, which will air tonight.
The Day I Met Mandela will form part of the station’s Remembering Mandela Night
Peel Media has confirmed that they’ve signed a deal with the University Technical College to bring the £10.4m facility to MediaCityUK.
UTC@MediaCityUK will be based in a 6,200sq metre building on the junction of South Langworthy Road and Broadway.
The BBC has announced details of a social media and mobile contract, worth up to £2.2m.
It’s hoping to appoint a single supplier which can provide both premium rate services (PRS) and non-PRS mobile services.
Harrogate agency, Mixd, is hoping that a new contract from specialist consultancy, Usability Test, will lead to an increase in international commissions.
Usability Test works with companies throughout the EU to study their digital presence and how well their websites work.
BBC Sport has signed up former England football captain Rio Ferdinand to be part of its World Cup team.
He will line-up alongside Gary Lineker, Alan Shearer and Philip Neville for the tournament.
Ten Alps has more than halved its pre-tax losses according to its interim results.
However, the media group, which is based in Macclesfield has seen group revenues decrease over the last 6 months to £12.24m (2012: £13.47m).