Fisher departure leaes COI reeling
- COI chief executive Carol Fisher lays into ad agencies over poor integrated campaigns. // Marketing Week;3/21/2002, Vol. 25 Issue 12, p10
Reports the launch of public attack on advertising agency standards by COI Communications chief executive Carol Fisher in Great Britain. Discussion with Institute of Practitioners in Advertising (IPA) by Fisher for planning; Role of Fisher to advertising industry; Advocacy of Fisher in response...
- Fisher's departure is too smart to be just a coincidence. Smith, Craig // Marketing (00253650);6/27/2002, p17
Reports on the controversies concerning the resignation of COI Communications chief Carol Fisher in Great Britain. Popularity of Fisher among advertisers; Reasons behind the resignation of Fisher; Issue on the enhanced role of Fisher as government chief adviser on marketing communications.
- Wanted: tough cookie to run COI Communications. Palmer, Camilla // Campaign (UK);6/28/2002, Issue 25, p19
Reports the resignation of Carol Fisher as chief executive officer of COI Communications in Great Britain. Reasons behind the move of Fisher; Contributions to the company; Importance of dynamism and motivational skills in the job.
- Bishop rises to Fisher challenge to bash out a tune at the COI party. // Campaign;7/25/2003, Issue 30, p28
The former Great Britain-based COI Communication's head Carol Fisher was not known for spontaneous bursts of odd behavior, but on her last day in the job, she let her theatrical side come to the fore. It all happened at last week's COI summer party, where hundreds of staff watched with a...
- THE CLIENT CATALYSTS CAROL FISHER. Tylee, John // Campaign (UK);12/7/2001, Issue 49, p22
Profiles Carol Fisher, chief executive of COI Communications in Great Britain. Speculation concerning the career of Fisher; Ability and manner of Fisher to manage; Confidence in work; Views on the fault lines of the company; Influence of the company to the career of Fisher.
- Fisher hits back at COI critics in annual report. by our Parliamentary correspondent // Campaign (UK);8/2/2002, Issue 30, p5
Focuses on the annual report of COI Communications chief executive Carol Fisher on the status of the company in Great Britain. Achievement on the objective of Fisher for the company; Opinion of Fisher on the failure of the Cabinet Office to block the DoT move; Increase on the customer...
- Fisher blasts M&S as it struggles to fill top job. Kleinman, Mark // Marketing (00253650);10/31/2002, p1
Reports that Carol Fisher, the former chief executive of COI Communications, has opposed the decision of Marks & Spencer PLC's to abolish its board-level marketing post. Reasons for Fisher's opposition to the decision; Reaction of Marks & Spencer to the protest made by Fisher.
- Bishop will not take Downing St advisory position as COI boss. // Campaign;11/22/2002, Issue 47, p1
Reports that COI Communications chief executive officer Alan Bishop has denied to take the position of Great Britain government's strategic marketing adviser held by his predecessor Carol Fisher. Career background of Bishop; Role of Fisher as government's adviser.
- Agencies get less clout in COI's rejig. // Campaign;10/17/2003, Issue 42, p20
COI Communications has all the confidence you'd expect from its status as the country's biggest advertiser. Carol Fisher, COI's previous chief executive, made great strides in modernising and improving the organisation. Her successor, Alan Bishop, is now building on this. Fisher, COI's previous...