Dove expands digital relationship with HavasEHS
London/Rotterdam, 9th July 2013. Unilever today announced that it has appointed HavasEHS to be a lead digital agency for Dove. With this appointment, Unilever is extending their remit to cover digital display communications for Dove women, and to lead work on digital infrastructure and integration.
Steve Miles, SVP Dove, commented, "HavasEHS have been working with us for some time on digital projects for Dove Deodorant. They have produced some outstanding work for us and are passionate about the brand. We are looking forward to seeing more of this for the extended Dove range for women."
Matt Fanshawe, Global Brand Director HavasEHS, said, "Dove is a fantastic brand, with a dynamic role in the digital space. We are delighted to be working with the team to use creativity, technology and data to tell great stories across Dove's range for women."
Unilever will continue to work with other incumbent agencies on digital content for Dove. "We are delighted with the work being produced by all the agencies we work with, and we will continue to involve them in creating compelling digital content to engage with our consumers," added Miles.
The appointment is made with immediate effect.
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