August 30

New Direction… Betway appoints OMD UK as new lead media agency

first_img Betway and Dafabet grow La Liga sponsorship portfolios August 14, 2020 Related Articles ESI Digital – No Drama Please… Esports growth should be treated as business as usual  August 20, 2020 Share StumbleUpon Share Submit Real Betis selects Betway as its official shirt sponsor August 10, 2020 Anthony Werkman, BetwayUpdating the market, Betway has this morning informed that it has selected OMD UK to lead its UK media planning and buying account valued at a spend of + £30 million per year.With the assistance of intermediary service AAR, Betway held discussions with multiple agencies, before instigating a four-way pitch process that was won by OMD UK (Omnicom Group subsidiary).OMD UK will takeover the Betway account from April 2018 onwards, replacing long-term incumbent Starcom London as Betway’s lead media strategist.In 2018, Betway has moved to restructure its marketing operations, led by new Chief Executive Anthony Werkman.Updating stakeholders, Betway CEO Anthony Werkman said: “We are thrilled to announce our partnership with OMD. Over the course of the detailed selection process, they demonstrated not only their technical competency but also their shared commitment to demonstrating our ‘For the love of the game’ philosophy.“The possibilities this partnership presents us in the UK are incredibly exciting. We look forward to OMD keeping the Betway brand front of mind among our target audience while adhering to the strict responsible marketing principles that run throughout our business.”Dan Clays – OMD UKThis March, Betway executives called for a creative pitch, to replace London agency Above+Beyond. The online bookmaker detailed that it wanted to revamp its brand identity and coverage for a crucial World Cup year.One of the largest UK media agencies, OMD UK specialises in servicing high-spend advertising accounts, working for major brands including Barclays, PepsiCo and McDonalds.Dan Clays, CEO of OMD UK, said: “We are absolutely delighted to be appointed as Betway’s UK media agency partner.  We’ve been massively impressed and excited by the ambition of the business, the potential of the Betway brand proposition and the opportunity for media innovation.”last_img read more

August 26

John Elway says 34-year-old QB Joe Flacco is ‘just getting into his prime’

first_img Broncos QB Case Keenum was ‘disappointed’ to hear of Joe Flacco trade Broncos general manager John Elway praised veteran quarterback Joe Flacco in an interview with the NFL Network.Elway also shared one of the reasons he brought the 34-year-old signal-caller to Denver.  But, his productivity has dropped in recent seasons.In 2018, Flacco completed 61.2 percent of his passes and threw for 12 touchdowns with six interceptions through nine games as the team registered a 4-5 record in his starts. The Ravens went 72-40 in Flacco’s first seven seasons, but dropped to 24-27 in his final four years as their starter. NFL trade news: Ravens deal QB Joe Flacco to Broncos; ‘I can’t imagine a better 11 years’center_img “He (Elway) believes Joe Flacco is just getting into his prime,” NFL Network’s James Palmer‏ reported before the official press conference, which has been postponed to Friday.Why Joe Flacco? I asked John Elway that very question yesterday. Here’s what he told me. pic.twitter.com/hPiO5Z5u6o— James Palmer (@JamesPalmerTV) March 14, 2019Elway also sees Flacco working well in the team’s offense due to the former presence of Gary Kubiak. While the former Denver head coach is now a special adviser to the Vikings, the Broncos’ system still harkens back to Kubiak’s time with the team. Related News Kubiak was the Ravens’ offensive coordinator in 2014 when Flacco posted a career-high 27 touchdown passes. He also had his second-highest QBR ever that season at 91.0.Flacco spent his entire 11-year career in Baltimore before making the move, and he left as the franchise’s most successful quarterback after setting multiple records and winning the team’s second Super Bowl.last_img read more

December 25

LETTERKENNY CREDIT UNION ARE LENDING AND OPEN FOR BUSINESS

first_imgThe Letterkenny Credit Union is lending and open for business according to manager Gordon Randles.AdvertorialCredit Unions have established a reputation as the ‘people’s bank’ over the years, and are a trusted and respected lender to thousands of Irish people nationwide.Letterkenny Credit Union has announced that it’s lending and open for business. So, whether it’s the small or big things in life you need money for, why not talk to your Letterkenny Credit Union First! In this current economic climate we all have to look very closely at what we are spending money on, and there are times in our lives when we run short of funds.There are annual expenses such as Christmas and Student Fees.There are also Life and House Insurance annual premiums, Car Insurance and Health Insurance annual premiums, and you may be tempted to pay these off on a payment plan offered from the provider. Almost all of us at some stage want (or need!) to get away from it all and go on a holiday break.Be it just for a few days, a week or a fortnight. 🙂Whatever you need to borrow for —check out your Letterkenny Credit Union first.Why a credit union loan is better? There are no fees or charges with credit union loans. The interest you pay is the full cost of the loan. With loans from banks or building societies there may be other fees or charges.Your credit union loan is insured in the event of your death at no additional cost to the borrower and many other financial providers charge for this.Your local Letterkenny Credit Union will quote a competitive interest rate.When it comes to your annual insurance expenses check out your provider’s payment plans and compare to your local credit union loan offering. Along with the other benefits of a credit union loan you could find that the credit union loan is more competitive, lower cost and higher value.Gordon Randles Manager for Letterkenny Credit Union told Donegal Daily, “Looking at your finances honestly will help you highlight where your money is going, and will start you on the first steps of budgeting and managing your money more effectively.“However, if you do need to borrow credit unions Letterkenny Credit Union are lending and open for business.“Our priority is to continue to provide credit for those who need it in these difficult times.“Each credit union will endeavor to meet realistic member requirements if at all possible.“If members have any loan queries please do not hesitate to speak in confidence to a member of staff at any Letterkenny Credit Union for more information or log on to www.letterkennycu.ieGeneral Borrowing Tips• If you have to take out a loan, be sure you only borrow what you can comfortably afford to repay.• As well as comparing on the APR rate check out all the small print and ask about any set up charges, fees, balloon payments or penalties that may arise if you need to change your repayment plan.• Check if the interest rate is fixed or variable.• Always match the repayment term to the purpose of the loan.The longer your loan lasts the more it costs you in interest, so don’t borrow for longer than you need to.Try to match the term with the reason for the loan, for example: If you borrow for a holiday, aim to have it paid back before your next holiday.Pay off your car loan over three to five years.If you need to, you can spread out the cost of larger loans, such as home improvement loans over a longer term such as five years because the benefits last longer.Visit Letterkenny Credit Union to discuss your needs or for more details go to www.letterkennycu.ie for more details.LETTERKENNY CREDIT UNION ARE LENDING AND OPEN FOR BUSINESS was last modified: November 3rd, 2014 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:BusinessLetterkenny Credit UnionnewsNoticeslast_img read more