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Apple has seen a 67% year-on-year rise in its brand value to reach $247bn, according to the 2015 BrandZ Top 100 Most Valuable Global Brands list.
The Ashford-based agency has announced a number of promotions, including Gemma Stephenson to associate director.
Polish media owners committee PBI has commissioned GfK to provide online audience measurement in Poland for four years, starting in January 2016.
The company has announced promotions from vice president to senior vice president across three US locations.
Nearly a third of UK companies spend up to £20,000 per year dealing with online comments, according to new research from Igniyte.
Panorama visualises information on owned media, earned media and search reputation on a single page.
Sports and entertainment insight consultancy Repucom has hired Lars Stegelmann as its executive vice-president commercial operations based in Cologne.
The IAB Europe AdEx Benchmark research has revealed a fifth year of consecutive double digit growth for the European online advertising market.
Ipsos’ overnight concept testing offer InnoQuest now includes dual concept testing and an optimisation function.
While non-food retailers retain the top spot for customer satisfaction, the overall score for the sector is falling at a quicker pace than the all-sector average, according to the UKCSI.
Todd Davis has joined the company’s team in Singapore as insight director/ head of financial services.
Pete Cooke was formerly head of the company’s Technology, Media, Telecoms and Entertainment practice.
Ariane Gut has joined the advertising technology company from iHeartMedia, where she led digital analytics measurement and reporting.
WPP-owned field and shopper marketing company Always Marketing Services has acquired 3ree, an integrated marketing company based in Singapore.
Market research language and translation company GobaLexicon has expanded into Belgium with the opening of a new office in Antwerp.
75% of viewers are unable to identify the brand or product being sold within the MRC’s minimum two second viewability definition, according to a new survey.
The inquiry will be chaired by Prof. Patrick Sturgis of the University of Southampton and supported by eight survey and polling experts.