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Aqua, the WPP-owned marketing agency, has bought marketing technology business Applogix in South Africa.
Julia Godfrey has been appointed research director of Therapy Watch, the syndicated global market tracking service of Research Partnership.
The firm has also announced two senior appointments to its senior management team in Asia.
The research and analytics firm has announced its acquisition of the German business intelligence provider.
DIAB+ provides access to healthcare professionals in India, as well as patients and key opinion leaders.
Compelling content and social conversations are driving a resurgence in linear TV, according to research from Carat.
Almost half of consumers wait for an email discount voucher before making a purchase according to research from the US.
Company announces that its advanced-research arm, Google X, is developing a drone delivery system, similar to that of Amazon.
WPP’s GroupM has acquired French digital performance specialist Keyade.
Financial services brands are failing to achieve an adequate level of customer service on the telephone with more than two thirds (68%) of people claiming to have had poor phone experiences according to new research.
Extension of contract beyond 2015 will see innovations in metering technology and measurement time.
Click through rate (CTR) is twice as high for mobile app ads compared with desktop web ads, according to Medialets.
Android has 75.1% European market share, according to latest OS barometer figures from Kantar Worldpanel ComTech.
Kantar has teamed up with non-profit research organisation disABILITY to create the largest panel of consumers with disabilities in the US.
Global marketing consultancy’s Australian business is based in Sydney and led by Caspar Wright.
Consumers tend to use anonymous online identities to be more open and honest, rather than engage in bullying, according to research from the US.
Company announces four new joiners, including Ariella Evenzahav as director, US Oncology Center of Excellence.