Business on the move: Monster, Lidl, Mattessons and more

A round-up of the key new business moves from the week.

Online recruitment company Monster Worldwide has handed mcgarrybowen its multi million dollar pan-European advertising account. Monster operates job sites such as across the continent as well as a range of digital recruitment solutions targeted at the recruitment category.

Lidl UK has appointed W to its UK PR account as it embarks on an ambitious expansion programme for 2016 and looks to increase the brand’s engagement with aspirational shoppers. W’s wide-ranging brief will encompass everything from consumer comms to corporate and CSR.

Kerry Foods owned Mattessons has chosen Frank to amplify the brands new 'Snackarchist' advertising campaign through digital and consumer PR, as well as creating an influencer engagement programme on behalf of the brand.

luxury lingerie retailer Rigby & Peller has chosen House of Comms to

to handle the PR and digital requirement for its first store in the Middle East, located in Dubai Festival City.

The PR account for Jodie Marsh's fitness and wellbeing supplements brand, JST Jodie, has landed at Jam. The agency will handle public relations activity and drive national, consumer awareness of the fitness and wellbeing supplement brand, developed by Marsh.

UK Government’s Department for Communities and Local Government has tasked M&C Saatchi to manage communications for their Neighbourhood Planning campaign following a competitive pitch.

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