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Business on the Move including Aunt Bessie's, Lloyd's, Warner Bros and Deliveroo

The Drum 13 Feb 2020 12:42
Business on the Move is a weekly column. Email imogen.watson@thedrum.com if you want to be included.

Welcome to The Drum's Business on the Move column, where we collate agency account news, reviews, agency launches, rebrands and acquisitions.

This week includes moves from Aunt Bessie's, Lloyd's, Warner Bros and Deliveroo.

This week's acquisitions

EMEA wins

Grey London has been awarded the Aunt Bessie’saccount following the brand’s acquisition by frozen food giant Birds Eye. The brand will return to British TV screens in autumn 2020.

Emirates has agreed to a five-year sponsorship package with French League one team Olympique Lyonnais.

Great Statehas won the climate change brief for EIC Climate KIC.

The PHA Group has been appointed by tech platform, MyTenNights, to help drive awareness by managing its communication strategy.

Heist has appointed Quiet Storm to create a multi-channel campaign as part of a wide-ranging brand development brief.

Journey Furtherhas been appointed by Vita Cocoto manage its UK PR.

Westland Horticulture has appointedQuiet Storm as its lead strategic and creative agency.

APAC wins

The Korean body care brand, Happy Bath, has named BBDO Korea as its lead agency for the Korean market.

Warner Bros Pictures Grouphas appointedPHDto manage its integrated media duties in Malaysia following a competitive market review.

NTUC FairPrice Co-operative has re-appointedHavas Media Singaporeas its media agency.

Americas wins

Ste. Michelle Wine Estates has appointed Team One as its lead agency, following a review.

Scott Credit Union has appointed Cactus as its agency of record.

Lloyd's of London is looking to appoint a lead creative agency, dealing a blow to its incumbent agency, Rufus Leonard. The review is being run through Creativebrief.

Kin + Carta has restructured, resulting in the consolidation of several of its agencies. AmazeRealise will rebrand to Kin + Carta Connect to form one of the group's three pillars.

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