Press releases in 2002
New security industry regulator picks Kitcatt Nohr (10 December 2002)
Kitcatt Nohr has been appointed by the Security Industry Authority (SIA) to raise awareness of the new organisation when it launches in 2003.
Mother picked to tackle Drug Misuse awareness (16 October 2002)
A new campaign to raise awareness among young people of the dangers associated with Class A drug use will be created for the Home Office and Department of Health by the agency Mother.
Biss Lancaster appointed by Ufi (10 October 2002)
Ufi Limited has appointed Biss Lancaster to help promote learndirect, the e-learning network and careers information and advice service, to the business community.
Grayling promotes workforce development in UK (4 October 2002)
The Learning and Skills Council (LSC) has appointed Grayling to handle public relations for the Workforce Development campaign, improve awareness of LSC initiatives and increase take-up
DVLA picks Beer Davies for autumn campaign (2 September 2002)
DVLA has appointed Beer Davies to run a campaign highlighting the importance of a car's log book, the vehicle registration document or V5.
DVLA invitation given on a plate (16 August 2002)
COI has produced an invitation in the form of a full-size number plate to publicise the DVLA October seminar "Working together - driving down vehicle crime".
COI apoints New Media Development Manager (13 August 2002)
COI has appointed Michael Smith as New Media Development Manager responsible for the online strategy and new media elements of COI projects.
COI selects two agencies for stand-by (24 July 2002)
COI has selected Walsh Trott Chick Smith and WCRS for stand-by business, which last year was estimated to be worth over £7 million.
COI to pitch stand-by work (25 June 2002)
COI has shortlisted four agencies to pitch for stand-by business (when there is no time to carry out the standard pitching process, such as an emergency situation), which last year was estimated to be worth over £7 million.
The Small Business Service picks MCBD and PHD to promote the Business Link service among small firms and budding entrepreneurs.
DVLA has appointed D'Arcy to run a campaign to highlight the importance of the V5 (vehicle registration document, or log book) - warning drivers not to buy second-hand cars without one.
RAF renews 3 year deal with England Basketball (10 June 2002)
COI has negotiated a deal for RAF Careers to extend their support of England Basketball at grass roots level by a further three years.
Five year review confirms COI is "centre of marketing excellence" (5 February 2002)
COI is the centre for marketing and communications excellence within government according to the conclusions of a formal review held every five years.