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First DataBank Europe (FDBE) has appointed Randolph Gratton to the position of Sales & Marketing Director. Randolph will play a key role in devising and implementing strategies in line with FDBE’s domestic and international plans.
Bus ticket advertising agency Ticketmedia is off to a flying start in 2010 with positive independent research and a mid-recession report of 50 per cent year on year growth over the last year. There's only one minor blot on the landscape...
www.storesalesfinder.co.uk invites knowledgeable ‘local experts’ to write a descriptive and informative Shopping Location Review, promoting their local area and shops to be featured on the website for online shoppers.
Site makes finding perfect used car simpler than ever thanks to biggest choice of deals
As retailers pray that the current cold snap doesn’t hang around for long, allowing shoppers to hit the sales with vigour this Christmas, there is one sure-fire way to beat the ice and snow – shop online
The world of marketing has been affected by the UK recession and also by changing marketing trends such as social media websites and online marketing
72% of small businesses state that new business generation is their top priority in 2010. This survey story reveals which technologies small businesses are using to generate new business with some info on why social media isn't fulfilling its hype
Tap into this season's trends without compromising on luxury with Pure Collection's latest sale, where there is up to 60 per cent off key items in their collection
Britain's economy is barely expected to grow in 2013; yet British households are planning to spend more this Christmas than last year. EA Worldwide Acquisitions says business owners should expect an increasing demand for shopping this Christmas
While marketers seem confident about their job security and company growth for 2013, many of them fear that their budgets will remain static or even decrease. Gavin Walsh, Managing Director at MarketStorm Global, suggests that direct selling could be the answer to budget cuts