Ogilvy Government Relations is providing counsel for Tapestry Inc., the New York-based marketer of Coach, Kate Spade and Stuart Weitzman luxury fashion brands, reports O’Dwyer’s.  The report adds that the WPP unit is focused on issues related to the interaction of net operating loss deductions with international tax rules.  Tapestry suffered a $677M net loss during the quarter ended March as the COVID-19 crisis spread through the US. Revenues tanked 19 percent to $1.1B.

PenFed Credit Union, the nation’s second largest federal credit union, announced a partnership with CU Solutions Group to provide marketing services to credit unions. Through the partnership, CU Solutions Group will offer WHITE64‘s marketing campaign, design, digital, media, strategy and studio services to its credit unions clients. WHITE64 is a CUSO owned by PenFed.  Over the past six years, WHITE64 has served as Agency of Record for PenFed, its largest client, offering creative and media services, helping rebrand from Pentagon Federal Credit Union to PenFed, and launching the PenFed “Great Rates Across America” and “Better Together” campaigns.

National healthcare management firm WellNet selected REQ as its agency of record. REQ will expand WellNet’s visibility and, states a release, strengthen its position and promise in bringing immediate strategies to rattle the small and mid-sized employer health insurance buying industry.  “We are proud to partner with WellNet, who is rethinking how businesses in established markets should innovate and operate,” said REQ CEO & founder Tripp Donnelly. “We are looking forward to supporting WellNet as it reaches its next evolution to control the uncontrollable.”

 

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