Welcome to The Drum's Business on the Move column, where we collate agency account news, reviews, agency launches, rebrands and acquisitions.
American chocolatier, Russell Stover, has selected Cutwater as its agency of record.
Swift has won the Blue Apron account, tasked with bringing a new vision for the brand's social and digital presence.
Food delivery platform Uber Eats has tapped agency Optimist Inc. as its brand experience partner.
Paradise Advertising & Marketing has been selected as the agency of record for the Little Rock Convention and Visitors Bureau.
Lamar Airport Advertising Company has been awarded a 10-year contract to upgrade and manage all advertising signage at the San Antonio International Airport.
The hotel franchisor Choice Hotels International has named McKinney as its new lead creative agency.
Brandnation has been appointed by sports nutrition brand, Science in Sport, to activate an ambassador program following a competitive pitch.
British gin brand, Warner Edwards, has appointed Birmingham-based creative agency, Life, as its BTL agency.
Nelson Bostock Unlimited has been appointed by Meridian as its PR agency.
Adder Technology has appointed Lewis to raise awareness of its latest connectivity solutions.
Jellyfish has been awarded the integrated media business for fashion and lifestyle brand Hush.
Italian food retailer Barilla has switched digital agencies, replacing We Are Socialwith Online Circle.
Cass Business School has launched Strategy Insight Lab, in partnership with the University of Oxford and Bocconi University.
Merkle has launched a new ad tech consultancy practice, with increased investment into in-housing. It will operate out of it's London headquarters.
Lorna Notaras has joined forces with integrated storytelling agency Plus 1 Communications to launch Born Elegant - a new website designed to help shoppers find the best in affordable womenswear, menswear and homeware on the High Street, mail order and online.
After collaborating with DesignStudio, Totaljobs has refreshed its brand identity.
Party has merged its New York and Taipei offices with Dot to Dot, to form a new agency called Whatever.
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