Branding – Marketoloji http://marketoloji.com/ Thu, 24 Nov 2022 06:12:21 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://marketoloji.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/icon-1-150x150.png Branding – Marketoloji http://marketoloji.com/ 32 32 Jupiter Meta Gets New Branding, Metaverse & Web3 Review, AND BrandEquity https://marketoloji.com/jupiter-meta-gets-new-branding-metaverse-web3-review-and-brandequity/ Thu, 24 Nov 2022 04:59:53 +0000 https://marketoloji.com/jupiter-meta-gets-new-branding-metaverse-web3-review-and-brandequity/ Representative image “/>Representative picture Jupiter Meta has announced its rebranding to a Metaverse and Web3.0 notice. Metaverse-as-a-service (MaaS) startup aims to help businesses move into the digital reality segment by building a The Web3.0 economy. Jupiter Meta’s solution is meant to be designed to infuse gamification and tokenomics into the extended reality architecture rather than […]]]>

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Jupiter Meta has announced its rebranding to a Metaverse and Web3.0 notice. Metaverse-as-a-service (MaaS) startup aims to help businesses move into the digital reality segment by building a The Web3.0 economy.

Jupiter Meta’s solution is meant to be designed to infuse gamification and tokenomics into the extended reality architecture rather than a pure-play offering. Moreover, they bring all the elements of Web3.0 and metaverse in a single framework that helps businesses streamline their strategy and monetize effectively.

With the ever-evolving use of AR, VR, and MR tools, this nascent space is rapidly shifting gears, and Jupiter Meta says it believes that in a true problem-solving ecosystem where the convergence of these technologies, integrated in corporate strategy, will play a crucial role in adoption.

Additionally, Jupiter Meta has also created token-based solutions that aim to change the way content is consumed globally, but also change the monetization dynamics for local content creators and journalists. Their design architecture leverages blockchain technology and integrates IoT and AI tools to deliver futuristic and customizable product experiences.

HR-centric solutions are evolving
The company has seen growth over the past quarter as its HR-focused solutions, ranging from virtual training to employee onboarding and development to incognito meta repair rooms, have all been aligned to help companies to achieve better internal results at lower cost, with higher learning impact. , and reduced attrition.

Manasa Rajan, CEO of Jupiter Meta, said, “The Metaverse architecture is the perfect platform to solve real societal problems that remain a stigma. That’s why our strategy is to create solutions across functions and industries that focus on high-impact results.

“We have strived to stay ahead, simply by gaining insight into user pain points across verticals and delivering immersive experiences that are captivating, engaging and entertaining. And this new logo is a representation of our evolution as an organization. The “sphere”, as we like to call it, encapsulates the company’s journey into a new universe of immersion and engagement. she added.

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Pochettino opens up on Neymar’s reaction when he named Messi the best player in the world ▷ SportsBrief.com https://marketoloji.com/pochettino-opens-up-on-neymars-reaction-when-he-named-messi-the-best-player-in-the-world-%e2%96%b7-sportsbrief-com/ Mon, 21 Nov 2022 16:53:08 +0000 https://marketoloji.com/pochettino-opens-up-on-neymars-reaction-when-he-named-messi-the-best-player-in-the-world-%e2%96%b7-sportsbrief-com/ Paris Saint-Germain is a job no manager wants because of the number of egos in the dressing room, insists Mauricio Pochettino. Pochettino left PSG in July, having won the Ligue 1 title last season, having failed to win back his title bid the previous year. The former Tottenham boss paid the price for another lackluster […]]]>

Paris Saint-Germain is a job no manager wants because of the number of egos in the dressing room, insists Mauricio Pochettino.

Pochettino left PSG in July, having won the Ligue 1 title last season, having failed to win back his title bid the previous year.

The former Tottenham boss paid the price for another lackluster campaign in Europe, however, with his star side knocked out by Real Madrid in a dramatic round of 16 encounter.

Former Paris Saint-Germain boss Mauricio Pochettino has admitted his comment on Lionel Messi as the best player in the world caused a problem with Neymar. Credit: @mirrorsports
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With arguably the most star-studded team in world football – with Lionel Messi, Neymar and Kylian Mbappe up front – expectations are high in Paris.

Pochettino indicated that the PSG hotseat is a poisoned chalice and the power of the players makes the job almost impossible.

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Speaking to the German newspaper Suddeutsche Zeitung, via Grandstandthe coach revealed how he had to deal with Neymar’s ego in particular.

“In an interview I was once asked who I think is the best: Lewandowski, Benzema or Messi? I said: Messi!” Pochettino said.

“The next day, Neymar came up to me and said, ‘So, so…’ I had to justify myself and remind him of the question I was asked – and that he wasn’t even an option. Then we both laughed.”

It ended rather amicably, but Pochettino failed to make the most of PSG’s super-talented attacking line as he was sacked for poor Champions League results last summer. .

Pochettino wants Mbappé to leave PSG

Meanwhile, Mauricio Pochettino has suggested that Kylian Mbappe should leave Paris Saint-Germain to develop and compete for the Ballon d’Or in the future. Objective reports.

Pochettino believes a move could benefit Mbappe’s career after the striker turned down a mega move to Real Madrid in the summer to stay with PSG.

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With 190 goals in all competitions since joining the Parisians in 2017, Kylian Mbappé has been exceptional with the French champions.

Pochettino describes Kylian Mbappe as immature

sports briefs previously reported that Mauricio Pochettino believes Kylian Mbappe has yet to mature as a player. The former Paris Saint-Germain manager has spoken about the French striker for the first time since leaving PSG.

Pochettino was discussing Mbappe’s failed transfer to Real Madrid and how it could affect his developing personality as a player.

According to 90MIN, the former PSG manager believes that Mbappe has yet to discover himself as a player unlike his teammates Lionel Messi and Neymar.

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England sponsor Lucozade withdraws Qatar World Cup branding https://marketoloji.com/england-sponsor-lucozade-withdraws-qatar-world-cup-branding/ Fri, 18 Nov 2022 21:39:24 +0000 https://marketoloji.com/england-sponsor-lucozade-withdraws-qatar-world-cup-branding/ England sponsor Lucozade will avoid having a marquee presence at the FIFA World Cup in Qatar. Lucozade is a partner of England, rather than FIFA or the tournament itself, and has opted to retire its branding at “press conferences, training sessions and pitches”. It is understood that it is up to the English partners how […]]]>

England sponsor Lucozade will avoid having a marquee presence at the FIFA World Cup in Qatar.

Lucozade is a partner of England, rather than FIFA or the tournament itself, and has opted to retire its branding at “press conferences, training sessions and pitches”.

It is understood that it is up to the English partners how they activate their sponsorship of the England team in Qatar.

Hosting the World Cup in Qatar is controversial for several reasons, including the rights of migrant workers, the criminalization of homosexuality and a male guardianship system that subjugates women.

A statement from the beverage company to Athleticism read: “Lucozade Sport have been a proud and long-standing sponsor of the England team, but we are not an official FIFA World Cup partner. We continue to support all England teams, who celebrate diversity , equity and inclusion.

“While the England team have access to our drinks for hydration purposes, we will not have a branded presence at press conferences, training sessions or on the pitch.”

Other brands have also tried to downplay their presence at the tournament. For example, Hummel, Denmark’s kit maker, has ‘toned down’ its logo and design on the team’s World Cup kits because it doesn’t want to endorse host country Qatar.

Hummel explains that this is because the company “does not wish to be visible at a tournament which has claimed the lives of thousands of people”.

Lucozade is the first sponsor associated with England to take this step.

Athleticism previously wrote to the 21 official World Cup sponsors and kit manufacturers asking for their position on human rights issues. Only five offered a substantive response.

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Irving Oil unveils first branded fast chargers for electric vehicles https://marketoloji.com/irving-oil-unveils-first-branded-fast-chargers-for-electric-vehicles/ Wed, 16 Nov 2022 09:54:48 +0000 https://marketoloji.com/irving-oil-unveils-first-branded-fast-chargers-for-electric-vehicles/ Located in a new co-branded location in Rhode Island, the new equipment further reinforces the company’s commitment to developing sustainable solutions for drivers as they transition to alternative fuels. © Irving Oil Irving Oil has launched its first Irving-branded electric vehicle (EV) chargers, demonstrating the company’s commitment to continuing to expand its EV network under […]]]>

Located in a new co-branded location in Rhode Island, the new equipment further reinforces the company’s commitment to developing sustainable solutions for drivers as they transition to alternative fuels.


Irving Oil has launched its first Irving-branded electric vehicle (EV) chargers, demonstrating the company’s commitment to continuing to expand its EV network under the Irving brand. The two branded ChargePoint CPE 250 chargers are located at a new Irving Oil/Rusty Lantern Market outlet in Providence, Rhode Island.

The two facilities are the first of several brand new chargers to open in New England later this year. Each Level 3, or DC Fast Charger (DCFC) is 62.5kW, with the ability to be paired to charge up to 125kW. Customers can pay using the ChargePoint app or using a ChargePoint card.

“We’ve been proud to provide the energy our customers need for nearly 100 years, and as those needs evolve, our commitment to our customers remains strong. As we expand our electric vehicle offerings, these new Irving-branded chargers symbolize the continued evolution of our business as our customers transition to zero-emission vehicles,” said Sarah Irving, executive vice president and chief brand at Irving Oil.

These brand new chargers in New England opened with support from Rhode Island Energy and the Rhode Island Office of Energy Resources. The deployment of the equipment is another step in the company’s ongoing commitment to developing sustainable solutions now and in the future.

Irving Oil operates a growing number of hosted chargers in its retail network in New England and Quebec. Through partnerships with Tesla, NB Power, Newfoundland Hydro and others, the retail network now hosts over 70 EV chargers in Atlantic Canada and 54 in New England.

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The power of personal branding https://marketoloji.com/the-power-of-personal-branding/ Mon, 14 Nov 2022 09:06:12 +0000 https://marketoloji.com/the-power-of-personal-branding/ Personal branding has become crucial for businesses these days, becoming the latest trend in the industry. Brands that have jumped on the trend have seen a surge in engagement on social media platforms. Consumers might identify more with the brand when the founder and CEO of the companies start appearing in brand advertising. Brands like […]]]>

Personal branding has become crucial for businesses these days, becoming the latest trend in the industry. Brands that have jumped on the trend have seen a surge in engagement on social media platforms.

Consumers might identify more with the brand when the founder and CEO of the companies start appearing in brand advertising. Brands like Sugar Cosmetics have initiated such trends after launching campaigns in which the CEO of Sugar Cosmetics endorses the product. Here’s what the experts have to say about the concept.

Brand-comm’s PR, Founding CEO, Sridhar Ramanujam said, “The general manager of the company or the CEO appearing in the advertisement as a spokesperson for the brand is not a novelty.”

He cites the example of automotive visionary executive Lee Iacocca who appeared in car advertisements, personally ensuring the quality of cars to assuage distrustful customers.

“Even in Chennai, it is very common for retailers like Vasant and Co and Balu Jewelers to feature in their advertising. The strategy helps brands send the strong statement that “I stand behind this product and I guarantee it to you.” It’s an interesting strategy and stands out from all the other ads that feature models,” he adds.

Social media influences personal branding

Social media has been instrumental in democratizing personal branding unlike TV, believes MadHawks founder and CEO Ravi Kumar.

“The 2021 Dogecoin episode and Elon Musk’s recent takeover of Twitter are two of the most powerful examples of the power of social media. Musk’s brand campaign has been one of the most successful to date. Its success has been greatly aided and amplified by social media, which also allows brand personalities to interact with customers and gauge their feelings about a product,” he says.

He adds that a brand’s success with customers can be further amplified by social media engagements, which can provide organic advertising.

Gupta points out, “Before social media and personal branding became popular, many celebrities on the big and small screen would open their own clothing, cosmetics and other personal branding businesses. This reverse personal branding used the market value of a human face. There are many examples of such brands in the market. In India, think Kay by Katrina Kaif, MyGlamm by Manish Malhotra, Arias by Lara Dutta, etc. Almost every Hollywood celebrity has a mainstream brand, including Skims by Kim Kardashian, KKW Beauty, KKW Fragrance, The Honest Company by Jessica Alba, Rare Beauty by Selena Gomez, and Wolverine actor Hugh Jackman’s Laughing Man Coffee.

Personal brand expands target audience across media platforms

Ramanujam also shared his thoughts on how personal branding could possibly help brands expand their target audience, but there needs to be a strategy in place.

“While personal branding is a powerful tool, relying solely on it to sell a product or service is still a bit of a stretch. Thought leadership can often lead to rapid growth for established brands. But, ultimately account, it all comes down to who the customers are and what they want. It should continue to focus on solving consumer problems and answering their questions. Simultaneously, the message needs to be reinforced across all other assets organic and paid, such as blogs, videos, website pages, ads, etc.,” he warns.

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(RTTNews) – Sportswear and footwear giant Adidas AG plans to sell Yeezys under its own brand.

The German company, in a bid to recoup lost revenue after the recent termination of its partnership with Kanye West, plans to sell sneakers of the same design stripped of the rapper’s branding.

As announced on October 25, 2022, Adidas ended its partnership with Ye following his anti-Semitic remarks. The company said at the time that the decision would result in a short-term negative impact of up to €250 million on its fiscal 2022 net income due to the strong seasonality of the Adidas Yeezy business in the fourth quarter.

“Ye’s recent comments and actions have been unacceptable, hateful and dangerous, and they violate the company’s values ​​of diversity and inclusion, mutual respect and fairness,” Adidas said in a statement at the time.

Following his controversial comments, Ye had a completed documentary about him shelved and he was dropped by his talent agency, fashion brand Balenciaga, and his bank JP Morgan, among others.

The company also lowered its guidance for fiscal year 2022, reflecting the impact of the termination of the partnership with Adidas Yeezy.

For fiscal year 2022, Adidas now expects net profit from continuing operations of approximately €250 million, operating margin of approximately 2.5%, gross margin of approximately 47.0% and currency-neutral earnings to grow at a low single-digit rate.

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LEAP Create Wins Silver at Employer Branding Awards for Best Social Media Strategy https://marketoloji.com/leap-create-wins-silver-at-employer-branding-awards-for-best-social-media-strategy/ Wed, 09 Nov 2022 12:16:00 +0000 https://marketoloji.com/leap-create-wins-silver-at-employer-branding-awards-for-best-social-media-strategy/ Prioritizing recruitment potential for CGI UK’s hard-to-fill technology roles LONDON, November 9, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — LEAP Create, a people communications agency, is delighted to have won the money for its recruitment campaign for hard-to-fill technical roles for CGI UK. By favoring potential over expertise, the SSII has implemented a skills-based approach to facilitate integration into […]]]>

Prioritizing recruitment potential for CGI UK’s hard-to-fill technology roles

LONDON, November 9, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — LEAP Create, a people communications agency, is delighted to have won the money for its recruitment campaign for hard-to-fill technical roles for CGI UK. By favoring potential over expertise, the SSII has implemented a skills-based approach to facilitate integration into the company and accelerate recruitment. LEAP’s challenge was to create a compelling recruiting campaign that convinced candidates with the right attitude and skills that a lack of skills was not a barrier to advancing into an exciting career at CGI.

David PhillipsDirector of Recruitment at CGI, says: “This campaign represented a fundamental shift in our traditional ‘fill to role’ recruiting approach. It delivered fantastic results for CGI. Candidates saw an employer who shared their values, was genuinely invested in their development and offered them the chance to work on impactful projects with leading clients. This was a collaborative campaign, developed with multiple stakeholders across the business, and provided a pool of informed and enthusiastic talent.”

Allow candidates to apply
LEAP’s response was an idea-driven marketing campaign primarily executed on social media platforms. The research phase revealed that people with 75% of the skills are more likely to focus on the 25% that they lack if recruiting messages are not inclusive. This was especially true for women and minority groups, reflecting a broader issue of diversity in the tech industry.

This finding formed the basis of the campaign message prioritizing potential over expertise and empowerment, giving talented candidates the confidence to apply for positions they might normally think would be beyond. of them. The offer of accelerated training as part of the recruitment package to enable less experienced talent to apply for positions supported this claim.

Deepen Candidate Engagement
LEAP reached out to people who may not have considered CGI as a career option, guiding them to assets showing the range of opportunities now available to them. The media plan included a sponsored social acquisition campaign on LinkedIn, Facebook and Instagram and organic posts from CGI’s platforms. Supporting resources included a bespoke landing page, member videos and one-click apply buttons – all of which boosted candidate engagement.

A flexible approach to media planning
In a crowded field, the campaign had to deliver a double whammy: convince candidates that CGI had relevant opportunities and that they wouldn’t waste time applying for seemingly senior positions. Testing responses, retargeting engaged audiences, and rearranging landing page roles to match the direction of social media posting and advertising were central to the evolution and eventual success of the campaign.

An astounding 23% conversion rate
The campaign performed well above social media and industry benchmarks with a 23% conversion rate. Paid social ads were viewed nearly 3 million times, 14,599 people clicked through to the skills landing page, and 3,476 candidates applied for positions.

Sara MacGregorManaging Director at LEAP Create says, “This project showcased LEAP Create at its best. Our planning, strategy, creativity, and rollout was a dynamic, responsive exercise in identifying, segmenting, and inspiring audiences. We experimented with approaches to social media to build trust and encourage applications from minority groups The campaign garnered a much higher than expected response from a diverse range of talented professionals, allowing CGI to welcome a new group of highly motivated members .

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No 10 backs Gavin Williamson as Rishi Sunak branded ‘weak’ in the face of bullying https://marketoloji.com/no-10-backs-gavin-williamson-as-rishi-sunak-branded-weak-in-the-face-of-bullying/ Mon, 07 Nov 2022 12:42:18 +0000 https://marketoloji.com/no-10-backs-gavin-williamson-as-rishi-sunak-branded-weak-in-the-face-of-bullying/ KEIR Starmer has accused Rishi Sunak of being ‘weak’ for not firing a minister accused of bullying, as new allegations have emerged about him. The UK Labor leader said Sir Gavin Williamson was ‘clearly not suitable’ and the Prime Minister was only keeping him in the job to mask the cracks in his own party. […]]]>

KEIR Starmer has accused Rishi Sunak of being ‘weak’ for not firing a minister accused of bullying, as new allegations have emerged about him.

The UK Labor leader said Sir Gavin Williamson was ‘clearly not suitable’ and the Prime Minister was only keeping him in the job to mask the cracks in his own party.

Scottish Conservative leader Douglas Ross also said if Sir Gavin had been in his top team he would have sacked him.

However, Downing Street said Mr Sunak retained his faith in the Minister of State without Portfolio and believed he had “an important contribution to make” to the government.

It emerged last week that Mr Sunak had appointed Sir Gavin, a former Education Secretary and Chief Whip, to his Cabinet despite knowing he was the subject of a formal conduct complaint.

Wendy Morton, the chief whip under Liz Truss, complained to the Conservative Party on October 24, the day before Sir Gavin was appointed, and separately alerted the Cabinet Office ethics team.

The timing was confirmed by Sir Jake Berry, then chairman of the Conservative Party, who said he told the Prime Minister and his chief of staff the day before they joined Number 10.

The Sunday Times reported that Sir Gavin sent Ms Morton a WhatsApp message amid unfounded allegations that she excluded him and other Privy Councilors from the Queen’s funeral at Westminster Abbey.

He said she chose to ‘fuck us all over the place’ and her conduct was ‘absolutely disgusting’, adding ominously: ‘There is a price to be paid for everything’.

The Times today reported that a minister also claimed Sir Gavin tried to silence her using his private life when he was Chief Whip in 2016 and she was a backbench MP.

At the time she was highlighting an embarrassing issue for the Government, and Sir Gavin called her into his office and raised a ‘sensitive issue’ about her private life.

The MP interpreted it as an unspoken threat, although allies of Sir Gavin, who used to keep a tarantula on his desk, said it was done in a ‘pastoral’ capacity.

The Minister has now contacted the Conservative Party about this.

Sir Keir said: ‘It is so disappointing that we are once again having a discussion about the Prime Minister’s judgment, this time in relation to Gavin Williamson.

“He clearly has people around the Cabinet table who are not fit to be there.

It was because he was so weak and wanted to avoid an election within his own party.

“That’s why I think there’s such a strong case for a general election.”

Asked if he was calling for Sir Gavin’s dismissal, the Labor leader said: ‘I think the Prime Minister has people who are clearly not fit for duty around the Cabinet table.

“Gavin Williamson has a history of security breaches and leaks and so on.

“It’s clearly not suitable, but the focus here is really on the Prime Minister, to ask the question why did he put these people around the Cabinet, and the answer is because he did. made in a weak position because he didn’t have ‘I don’t want to have elections within his own party to become leader of his own party.

Speaking on Times Radio, Mr Ross said the messages were unacceptable.

Pressed on whether he would be part of his frontbench team for doing the same, he said: “Yeah, they wouldn’t be in my frontbench with the language that was used.

“But I understand what the Prime Minister is saying, there is an ongoing investigation.

“I don’t know all the details, but I’ve seen the messages…and I wouldn’t expect it from any of my colleagues at Holyrood.”

Liberal Democrat Chief Whip MP Wendy Chamberlain said: “A different prime minister, same old Tory bastard.

“If Rishi Sunak had any sense of public duty, he would fire Gaving Williamson now. In any other workplace, someone who behaved like him would have been rightly fired for gross misconduct.

“Instead, Williamson is freed from the hook by a Prime Minister happy to let his integrity be questioned on a daily basis.

“Every day Williamson remains in office is an insult to honest, hard-working people across the country.”

Downing Street today said Mr Sunak retains full faith in Sir Gavin, despite telling The Sun overnight that his messages to Ms Morton were ‘not acceptable or fair’.

Mr Sunak also said he did not see the messages until they appeared in the newspapers.

He said: “It was a difficult time for our party. . . but no matter what, people should always be treated with respect. I’m glad Gavin expressed his regret. An independent complaints process is underway. It is fair and reasonable that we let this end.

When asked if the Prime Minister has full confidence in the Cabinet Minister, the Prime Minister’s official spokesman this morning replied: “Yes”.

Insisting on why Sir Gavin is still in office if Mr Sunak considered the texts he sent to be unacceptable, he said: ‘Well, as you know, there is a process going on.

“I think, obviously, it’s led by the Conservative Party. So it’s not one for me.

“I think the Prime Minister said it was right to let this process take place and he welcomes that Gavin Williamson has expressed his regret over these comments, which, as you say, do not find acceptable. ”

The prime minister’s official spokesman said at the time that Mr Sunak “knew there was a disagreement”, but was unaware of the “substance” of the messages.

When asked why he had given Sir Gavin a government post, he replied: “Obviously he thinks he has an important contribution to make to government.”

When asked if the Prime Minister has a zero tolerance approach to bullying in government, the Prime Minister’s official spokesperson replied: “Yes”.

He said he was ‘unaware’ whether the Prime Minister had spoken to Sir Gavin or Ms Morton about the matter.

Business Secretary Grant Shapps said Sir Gavin was wrong to send the angry messages.

He told Sky News: “I don’t think it’s the right thing to do, to send messages like that. I see they must have been sent in a moment of frustration.

“I think, generally, it’s better to write things that you won’t regret later.

“And especially with colleagues, writing things that are polite, even if you have a point of view to express, I think it’s not unreasonable.

“So I don’t think he was right to send them. The Prime Minister said the same thing. I know the party is going through a process that is watching them right now.

He later told LBC, “I think he must have been in a moment of frustration which I’m sure he deeply regrets. It’s totally inappropriate to send messages like this under any circumstances, frustration Or other.

“It’s absolutely correct that it has been reviewed, there is a process going on.”

He added: “There is no justification for writing anyone in these terms. Every once in a while I get angry emails that cross the line, you know, just like an MP – but they shouldn’t be sent and they certainly shouldn’t be sent by MPs.”

Sir Gavin said: Williamson said: ‘I am of course sorry that I was frustrated with the way my colleagues and I felt we were treated. I am happy to speak with Wendy and look forward to working positively with her in the future as I have in the past.

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Celtic Flop tagged ‘too expensive’ https://marketoloji.com/celtic-flop-tagged-too-expensive/ Sat, 05 Nov 2022 11:26:24 +0000 https://marketoloji.com/celtic-flop-tagged-too-expensive/ REUTERS/Russell Cheyne VASILIS BARKAS surprised everyone with his performances in the Dutch league with Utrecht, collecting numerous man of the match awards. Soccer Football – Pre-Season Friendly – ​​Celtic v West Ham United – Celtic Park, Glasgow, Scotland, Britain – July 24, 2021 West Ham United’s Michail Antonio in action with Celtic’s Vasilios Barkas REUTERS/Russell […]]]>
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VASILIS BARKAS surprised everyone with his performances in the Dutch league with Utrecht, collecting numerous man of the match awards.

Soccer Football – Pre-Season Friendly – ​​Celtic v West Ham United – Celtic Park, Glasgow, Scotland, Britain – July 24, 2021 West Ham United’s Michail Antonio in action with Celtic’s Vasilios Barkas REUTERS/Russell Cheyne

He’s been superb for the club, who have spoken of the goalkeeper’s ability on several occasions. However, although Barkas plays for the team every week, they won’t be able to bring him back to the club when his loan spell expires this summer.

The goalkeeping coach, who has urged the club to sign the Greek keeper, has admitted Barkas was too expensive for Utrecht, preventing them from making his loan permanent.

Real Madrid reaction

As quoted by The Sun, he said;

“Vasilis Barkas is too expensive for us. It is clear to everyone.

” It costed Celtic around 8 million euros with add-ons. When I saw he was available this summer and looked at his data, I couldn’t believe we would have a chance to sign him.

“I strongly advised the club to sign him and I’m glad we did.

“At the moment he is doing very well for us and he is well placed. He is performing exceptionally well. He has been a great addition to the team.

So as it stands, Barkas will return to Celtic this summer.

He could use his stellar performances in the Eredivisie to earn a place in the squad, especially with a few good years ahead of him at just 28. Or, the club could agree a cut-price deal to see the keeper move on. before his contract expires in 2024.


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Ad Law News And Views – October 29, 2022 – Advertising, Marketing and Branding https://marketoloji.com/ad-law-news-and-views-october-29-2022-advertising-marketing-and-branding/ Wed, 02 Nov 2022 14:33:36 +0000 https://marketoloji.com/ad-law-news-and-views-october-29-2022-advertising-marketing-and-branding/ IN THE NEWS AND LATEST UPDATES Get these stories and more in real time when you subscribe to the Ad Law Access blog here or visit the Advertising and Privacy Resource Center here. Break up with celebrities We all know someone who can be unpredictable and erratic. It can be fun to hang out with […]]]>

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Break up with celebrities

We all know someone who can be unpredictable and erratic. It can be fun to hang out with this person, because you’ll probably have funny stories to share with your friends the next morning, but you probably wouldn’t want to be married to them, because those same stories are less funny when you share them. with your divorce lawyer. The same probably goes for relationships between brands and certain celebrities.

Blurred Lines: Overview of the FTC Workshop “Protecting Children from Stealth Advertising in Digital Media”

As we recently blogged here, the FTC’s review of the COPPA rule has been pending for more than three years, prompting a group of senators in early October to ask the agency to “Please put update the COPPA rule now”. The FTC has yet to respond to this request (at least not publicly) or take official action to resume its review of COPPA. However, the agency is focusing on children’s privacy and safety in other ways, including hosting a virtual event on October 19 on “Protecting Children from Stealth Advertising in Digital Media.”

FTC explores new rule to combat fake reviews

The FTC has made it a priority to combat false and misleading reviews. For example, this year alone, the FTC announced a settlement with a retailer for its failure to post negative reviews, announced a settlement with another retailer for its failure to disclose that reviews were instigated, partnered with six states to take legal action against a company that allegedly purchased fake reviews, and proposed changes to endorsement guides that would provide more detailed guidance on such practices.

Discrimination and Injustice Update – The FTC Case Against Passport Automotive Group

In late September, we blogged about a lawsuit the Chamber of Commerce and other business groups have filed against the CFPB, challenging the CFPB’s update of its supervision and examinations manual. As updated, the handbook now states that discrimination is an “unfair” practice under the Dodd-Frank Act and that the agency plans to review it “in all areas of consumer credit,” ” including in situations where fair lending laws may not apply”. We noted in our blog post that the FTC and state attorneys general are also sending signals that they plan to challenge discrimination using their injustice authority.

Beverage Makers Received Recall Over Kombucha False Advertising Case

Anyone who has strolled through the liquor aisle of supermarkets in recent months may be quite impressed by the proliferation of alcoholic and not-so-alcoholic beverages in pretty packaging, with small cans and pastel colors making it hard to immediately discern whether they contain alcohol and, if so, how much. According to data from Nielsen, in 2021, on-the-go sales of alcohol-free and low-alcohol beverages were $3.1 billion, up from $291 million the previous year, with an expected growth of 30% By 2024. market, beverage makers will have to navigate jurisdictional and labeling regulations, which can be tricky, as illustrated by a recently filed misleading advertising case involving allegedly alcoholic kombucha.

‘An arrow has found its target’: Federal Court of Appeals rules CFPB funding method unconstitutional, invalidating payday loan rule

In a decision with potentially significant implications for the CFPB, a three-judge panel of the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit ruled yesterday that the Bureau’s funding structure is unconstitutional. The case involved a longstanding challenge to the Bureau’s 2017 payday loan rule and marks another significant hurdle for the Bureau two years after the Supreme Court’s decision in Seila Law that its leadership structure violated the principles of separation of powers.

50 cents, a euphemistic eggplant and the right to publicity

Celebrities generally don’t like companies to use their images or names without permission. For example, Jennifer Love Hewitt didn’t like a company using her image to promote a vitamin spray, and Michael Jordan seemed quite upset when a grocery store used his name to promote a steak. Now, 50 Cent looks downright angry that his photo was allegedly used by a plastic surgeon to promote “male sexual enhancement procedures.”

FTC Policy Statements, Reports and Warning Letters: Why Are There So Many?

The FTC has a long history of using policy statements, public workshops, reports, and warning letters to influence the market and communicate its thinking on key issues and aspects of its mission. Examples of my tenure at the FTC include workshops and reports on big data, data brokers, mobile payments, and the Internet of Things; policy statements on the misleading formatting of homeopathic medicine advertisements and claims; and warning letters to a series of companies making health claims (see here, here and here, for example).

California bans ‘Forever Chemicals’ PFAS in clothing, textiles and cosmetics

California joined the growing list of states banning products containing per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (“PFAS”) when, on September 29, Governor Newsom signed into law a law banning so-called “eternal chemicals” in clothing, textiles and cosmetics. The ban takes effect from 2025 and applies to the sale, manufacture and distribution of new cosmetics and textiles (defined as including clothing, accessories, handbags, backpacks, draperies, shower curtains, furniture, upholstery, bedding, towels, napkins, and tablecloths) that contain “intentionally added” PFAS.

Washington AG Reports Enforcement of Automatic Renewals

Earlier this week, we reported that a plaintiff had filed a proposed class action lawsuit against the NFL over its automatic renewal practices. The complaint alleges that the NFL used “dark patterns” to enroll consumers in its NFL+ membership without consent and then found it difficult for them to cancel. While we don’t know exactly what happened in this case, these are themes that come up frequently in auto-renewal cases. These themes were also echoed in an ad from Washington AG Bob Ferguson this week.

New study identifies over 57,000 sites ‘presumed contaminated’ with PFAS

A new paper from the PFAS Project Lab at Northeastern University and researchers from the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) come to the sobering conclusion that more than 57,000 sites in the United States show “contamination presumed” by per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (“PFAS”). Even more concerning is the authors’ assertion that this number is almost certainly a dramatic underestimate of the number of PFAS-contaminated sites, given the limited availability of data and the conservative mapping methodology used.

NFL hit with automatic renewal lawsuit (and hyperbole)

Last week, a plaintiff filed a proposed class action lawsuit against the NFL over its auto-renewal practices. The plaintiff alleges that the company used deceptive practices to automatically subscribe its Game Pass users to a new streaming service, NFL+, without their knowledge or consent, and that the NFL then made it difficult to cancel them. It’s a little hard to tell from the complaint exactly what happened, but the gist of the argument is familiar.

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