Marketing Services News

Find out the very latest marketing services news from marketing agencies and companies throughout the North of England and Scotland. Including the latest appointments, contract announcements, and awards, discover what’s happening in the largest marketing hub outside London including Leeds, Liverpool, Manchester and Sheffield..

Manchester Airport Group is targeting West Yorkshire with a new campaign to encourage more people to take long haul flights out of the city. The Fly Manchester promotion has been designed by Manchester's Creative Spark and will be displayed on buses and 48 sheet posters across West Yorkshire - one of the airport’s key target markets.

Manchester City’s David Silva is the face of a new international campaign to promote holiday firm, Anfi. Overseen by the Media Agency Group, which has its head office in Salford Quays, the promotion will run across 6 European cities.

NoChintz has brought in Corporation Pop’s Jo Briggs to head up a new branding division. It’s also announced its first new client, QDos Fitness, which has appointed the studio to deliver the branding and interiors on its new gym in Cheadle.

Sarah Gormley’s Tree Communications will handle the PR and marketing for the PSA Men’s World Open Squash Championships when it returns to Manchester this year.

It could be a major year for squash, which will find out whether it’s become an Olympic sport just days before the championships begin.

Echo PR has acquired three new clients: the award-winning restaurant Aumbry, city centre spa Urban Oasis and casual menswear brand Lucky West.

Amy Uphill, marketing manager of the Preston and Blackburn-based Bowker motor group, has been picked up the BMW Marketing Champion of the Year award at the BMW National Dealer Conference in Helsinki this week.

Marketing services and print management company APS group, has opened an office in Paris and is targeting sharper sales growth on the continent by way of organic growth and potentially by further acquisitions.

Davie Brown Entertainment, which has offices in Los Angeles, Dallas and New York is on the verge of signing a major talent deal in China, managed through its office in Manchester.

Marketing communications agency The Raft has rebranded to form part of Cirrus following the companies’ merger last year. The process of integration has been taking place since the merger in May, with both now sharing one office and The Raft beginning to work more closely with Cirrus clients such as Shop Direct Group and National Nuclear Laboratory.

Marketing Manchester is on the hunt for a new chairman. Its current chairman, Nick Johnson, has completed a seven-year spell and will hand over responsibility for the chairmanship this summer.


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