- What Clients Think About Media. Feuer, Jack // Adweek Southeast Edition;06/04/2001, Vol. 22 Issue 23, p38
Presents a survey on the views and management of investments in marketing communications of advertising clients in the United States. Inclusion of responses from executives responsible for advertising; Companies involved in the project; Method of disseminating the survey.
- Investment fever: Czechs wade through funds' ad hype. Marsh, Ann // Advertising Age;1/17/1994, Vol. 65 Issue 3, pI-3
Reports on investment funds' use of advertising hype to attract Czech Republic citizens' `investment point' booklets and coupons. Excitement about investment as result of company privatizations; Opportunities for investors to win automobiles, upfront cash or vacation trips; Use of Czech...
- Tougher rules for BES adverts. // Accountancy;Apr90, Vol. 105 Issue 1160, p47
Reports that the Securities Association has tightened its rules on the advertising of business expansion scheme investments in Great Britain. Aims of the rule; Date of effectivity.
- Investment fund and Isa press ads plummet by 40%. Daley, James // Money Marketing;4/11/2002, p80
Reports on the decrease in investment fund and Isa advertising in the press in the first quarter of 2002 in Great Britain. Value of the total press advertising on investment funds; Expenditures on advertising by selected companies.
- Hohe Investitionen in Stellenanzeigen. // Lebensmittel Zeitung;2/28/2014, Issue 9, p56
The article announces that German companies invested more than 740 million Euro in job advertisements in 2013.
- We're losing our lead. // Finweek;9/22/2011, p42
The article reports on the investments of global companies such as advertisement industry, and media research in Africa.
- Online habits of mobile users are creating new ad opportunities. CHILDS, PAUL // New Media Age;11/25/2010, p12
The article emphasizes the need for advertisers to invest in the growing mobile users.
- Web Watch. McKillen, Dan // Medical Marketing & Media;Jul2005, Vol. 40 Issue 7, p22
Reports that online advertising reached record levels in the first quarter of 2005 in the U.S. Investments in online promotion during the three-month period; Increase in broadband connections.
- Mayor announces Â£7m London tourism plans. Kleinman, Mark // Marketing (00253650);9/26/2002, p5
Announces plans of boosting the tourist trade in London, England. Cost of the advertising campaign for the city; Efforts of reversing the impact of foot-and-mouth disease and the September 11 terrorist attacks; Priority on great private sector investment.