BJK&E has added four new names to its client list and upped its
billings by around pounds 4 million.
The media agency will handle planning and buying for the Imperial War
Museum, French wine website Chateau Online, Californian wine brand
Blossom Hill and computer-chip company AMD.
Nicky Lyon, BJK&E’s senior planner/buyer, will oversee the pounds 1
million Imperial War Museum business, working alongside the creative
outfit Delaney Lund Knox Warren, The pair will promote the Imperial War
Museum’s Holocaust Exhibition, its project to mark the millennium which
launches in summer 2000.
The second win, Chateau Online, will be handled by the media agency’s
board director James Jennings and planner/buyer Jason Smith. The account
is expected to be worth pounds 1.2 million over the pre-Christmas period
and will focus on the national press and consumer magazines.
Group head Tara Marus and planner/buyer Duncan Owen will handle Blossom
Hill, the Californian wine label produced by UDV’s Percy Fox division.
The account is believed to be worth around pounds 1.4 million.
Finally, BJK&E’s technology arm Advance has taken on the planning and
buying task for the computer-chip company and Intel rival AMD.
The business was previously handled by Media Solutions which merged with
CIA Medianetwork last year.