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Clear Channel has launched #BusinessAsUnusual, a campaign offering 250 OOH campaigns free of charge to local businesses supporting their communities.

Cauldron, the in-house design studio of FinTech Thought Machine, has partnered with product specialist ustwo to create change in the banking experience for consumers.

Commercial news publisher Reach has joined up with IBM and Xandr - AT&T's advertising arm - to counter the current issue surrounding blanket blocklists and COVID-19 keywords.

This new service, available via a mobile app, allows UK residents with a debit card issued by any UK bank to seamlessly and quickly send money abroad.

Four teams of developers have worked round the clock to develop a ‘Call 4 Help’ app that will help NHS staff communicate more effectively during the coronavirus crisis.

Digital transformation agency Equator has partnered with Beatson Cancer Charity (BCC) to create the 'My Light' digital service - designed to provide personalised and practical information for patients.

The campaign encourages both businesses and individuals to demonstrate their commitment to protecting jobs, and is supported by some of the UK’s leading businesses.

With no charge involved nor prior coding experience required, participants will be taught by the firm’s expert team of iOS and Android developers.

Demand for green jobs also rose as the UK saw a 32% increase in job postings on LinkedIn for sustainability roles last year before the COVID-19 pandemic took hold.

Current media owners supporting the campaign include: Alight Media, Boomerang Media, BlowUP Media, Clear Channel UK, Hi! Street Digital Media, JCDecaux, Open Media and Ocean Outdoor.


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