And so to Mr Donovan, director of a marketing company whIch used to think up ideas for Shell. Convinced that some of his ideas seemed to have been adopted by Shell as its own, he started to complain to the company.
Posts from ‘September, 1998’
Evening Standard 28 September 1998 On cyberpicket lines IN THE NET DON’T GET MAD GET EVEN WE’VE got Internet banking, Internet sex, Internet hype (aplenty). Now say hello to cyberpicketing, the most fashionable way for little people to get their own back. Hacking for Girlies recently sabotaged the New York Times website, replacing the usual [...]
The first scratch-card promotion to appear on-pack has been one of the most innovative promotions of the past few years. The game, on the back of a Cinzano bottle label, gave consumers the chance of winning a share of £100,000.
55% OF RESPONDENTS IN SURVEY OF OVER 1500 SHELL RETAILERS SAY “SHELL UK OPERATES IN AN UNETHICAL MANNER” (SEPT 98)
INFORMATION ADDED TO OUR ONLINE ARCHIVE 55% OF RESPONDENTS IN SURVEY OF OVER 1500 SHELL RETAILERS SAY “SHELL UK OPERATES IN AN UNETHICAL MANNER” (SEPT 98) Affidavit supplied by an independent solicitor (Gross & Co) verifying the results of a survey of Shell UK retailers on Shell business ethics. Includes self-explanatory exhibit and associated publication [...]