Lee Bloor’s Label PR has added 5 more clients to its expanding roster, with the arrival of Montana Tan, In the Style, LYDC, Anna Smith and DSUK London.

The Manchester agency is about to launch a celebrity connection with womenswear brand, In The Style. While not revealing too many details, we’re told it’s “one of the nation’s best known faces.”

O PR in Newcastle has expanded its team and set up a specialist consumer PR division.

It will be headed up for former Acceleris account director, Emma Campbell. Campbell spent almost 5 years at the Harrogate-based agency and prior to that worked at Weber Shandwick and Tangerine.

It stars Martin Freeman and Tom Hollander, but Oscar-nominated short, The Voorman Problem, has its roots set very firmly in the North of England.

Writer and director, Mark Gill is a graduate from the University of Central Lancashire; co-writer and producer, Baldwin Li is a former Granada Television sound engineer and cameraman, while director of photography, Phil Wood is a Northern Film School graduate.

Sun FM has resurrected Morgan in the Morning, persuading radio executive, John Myers - known to many as John Morgan - to host its breakfast show for a week.

Myers, who is currently chairman of TeamRock and the Radio Academy Awards hasn’t been in the presenter’s chair since Smooth Radio, almost 3 years ago.

Love has won a 5-way pitch to create a visitor experience centre in its Storehouse.

The Manchester agency will bring Guinness advertising to life with an “immersive, interactive brand experience” at the venue, which received over 1m visitors last year.

Good Relations Regional, which has offices in Macclesfield and Leeds, has been brought in by B&Q to help shape its brand reputation and increase customer engagement.

The regional teams will be responsible for running all the activity across earned media channels outside of the capital.

Deltatre has expanded its operations at MediaCityUK by moving its team into The Landing.

It plans to double its headcount, following an increase in commercial and operational activities in the north of England. The company says it’s already hired additional technical and operations staff.

American brand, Dunkin’ has signed its first Premier League football deal, with Liverpool FC.

The brand, which is the parent company of Dunkin’ Donuts and Baskin-Robbins has signed a “multi-year” partnership as it seeks to expand into new territories.

Barnsley digital agency, Genius Division, is planning a recruitment drive this year following a doubling of its turnover.

It was co-founded in 2010 by James Sheriff, who designed and developed the Arctic Monkey’s first website when he was student with the band at Barnsley College.

Nick Humphreys, who was Manchester United’s relationship director for 6 years is to lead a new sports production division for The Mob Film Company.

With offices in Manchester, London and Los Angeles, Mob Sport will build a specialist team to work alongside its portfolio of directors.


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