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UK launches space agency

The UK government has launched a UK Space Agency dedicated to coordinating the government's involvement in civilian spaceflight, with responsibility for looking after policy and budgets.

March 24, 2010 by

Norwegian online advertisers spend 133 euros per user

Two thirds (65% or €7.3 billion) of European online ad budgets were spent in the big three markets of the UK, Germany and France, IAB Europe says. With the European average at €80.6, Norwegian advertisers spent the most at €133.2 per person, followed by the UK at €120.8 and Denmark at €109.5 in 2007. [...]

June 4, 2008

HMRC data loss blamed on targets

Security expert Merlin, The Earl of Erroll, believes targets and budgets rather than individuals should be blamed for the loss of 25 million UK citizens' confidential records last year

April 23, 2008 by

E-mail advertising budgets to increase in UK

92% of UK advertising industry professionals currently include e-mail in their marketing budgets, and 51% of them intend to increase their spending in 2005. According to IPT, the following aspects of advertisements are the most influential for e-mail marketers in the United Kingdom: discounts (27%), general product interest (24%), prize drawing (20%), brand familiarity (20%), attractive images (5%), humor (4%).

January 15, 2005 by

E-mail advertising budgets to increase in UK

92% of UK advertising industry professionals currently include e-mail in their marketing budgets, and 51% of them intend to increase their spending in 2005. According to IPT, the following aspects of advertisements are the most influential for e-mail marketers in the United Kingdom: discounts (27%), general product interest (24%), prize drawing (20%), brand familiarity (20%), attractive images (5%), humor (4%).

January 15, 2005 by

Survey: CRM projects fail to deliver

Companies still see CRM projects as necessary, but spending is likely to fall as budgets shrink Very few firms are reporting successful customer relationship management (CRM) projects, though they see the need for systems to improve customer services and retain their existing clients, according to market watcher PMP Research. In a recent survey of 50 UK companies with an annual turnover of $73 million and above, 92 percent of respondents said their CRM systems had not been very successful.

November 4, 2001 by

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