360i Expands Internationally with Opening of London Office

first_imgWe’re thrilled to announce that 360i has opened a new office in the UK, our sixth office and first outside of the U.S. You can read the official announcement here. As part of the expansion, our London office will partner with STEAK, a sister agency under the Dentsu Network, to provide complementary services to both of our clients in the region.Our decision to expand into Europe comes in response to client demand to increase our footprint and breadth of services internationally. We’re already working with a handful of clients in the UK, including our long-time client Enterprise Holdings, and having a local presence will immediately bolster our ability to deliver increased solutions to meet their needs.As part of the expansion, we’re also welcoming some new team members into the fold, including Rob Connolly, former Chief Development Officer at Dentsu, who has been named UK Managing Director. He will report to Oliver Bishop, CEO of STEAK Group, who takes on additional responsibility as CEO of the newly-formed 360i Europe.We want to thank our clients for their ongoing support and partnership, and extend an official warm welcome to our new UK team!Image via Flickrlast_img read more

British Airways launches new Split Croatia service from London City

first_imgOlderCebu Pacific places latest Airbus order during Paris Air Show NewerDubai welcomes Expo 2020 interactive pop-up pavilion British Airways is set to raise anchor and take off for the Croatian city of Split – in time for the annual yacht week adventure.It’s the first time flights to Croatia have operated from London City Airport and British Airways will fly three flights a week through the peak summer months to September.The launch of the new service on Friday coincides with the start of the famous yacht week.  Croatia is one of only six locations worldwide that offers the floating festival, and it is also the longest, stretching out over 13 weeks.The chartered yachts set sail throughout the summer from a marina near Split and head out for a week-long party cruise along the Dalmatian coast. ADVERTISEMENTUp to 50 boats can take part in each flotilla.To get in the nautical mood British Airways cabin crew Viola Cupellaro, left, and Deborah Marques paid a visit to the Sunborn Yacht Hotel moored in Royal Victoria Dock, under the flightpath for London City Airport, to pose for a pre-departure photo.British Airways also operates flights to Split from Heathrow Airport and has increased frequency there from five to seven flights a week this year.Luke Hayhoe, British Airways general manager commercial and customer at London City Airport, said: “Croatia is a new destination for us and one which our customers have told us they want from London City.“It is one of the fastest growing holiday destinations and we are delighted to offer new direct flights for the summer.”last_img read more