Bidding ends in the tsunami relief 'Marketers auction'

Marketing's auction for the Disasters Emergency Committee has now ended, raising £50,000 for aid in countries affected by the Asian tsunami. This would feed 1,400 families for a week. Ppdated

The following are the final bids -- winning agencies will be contacted shortly with details of the procedure for payment and arranging meetings with marketers. Marketers will also receive an email telling them of the agency who will be presenting to them.

Clients offering meetings, with final bid

Alan Bishop chief executive, COI £5,010

Alexis Dormandy chief marketing officer, Orange £5,000

Ian Hunter director of marketing, Boots £2,750

Matt Harrison marketing director, Toyota £2,500

Hanna Sondergaard marketing director, Arla Foods £2,000

Philip Gladman head of innovation, Diageo £2,000

Lorraine Twohill director of European marketing programmes, Google £2,000

Stephen Robertson marketing director, Woolworths £2,000

David Lewis commercial director, RAC £1,900

Louise Cooke marketing director, Cadbury Trebor Bassett £1,750

Paul Nevett marketing director, teas and spreads, Unilever £1,505

Jerry Wright brand director, Birds Eye £1,500

James Kydd brand director, Virgin Mobile £1,500

Sam Bridger head of marketing, Smart UK & Ireland £1,250

Jacqui Hill personal care marketing director, Unilever Home & Personal Care £1,250

Marc Sands marketing director, Guardian Newspapers £1,250

Chris Moss CEO, 118 118 £1,200

Helena Ganczakowski marketing director, Unilever homecare £1,000

David Bass European marketing director, Huggies £1,000

Andrew Marsden category director, Britvic Soft Drinks £1,000

Julia McKechnie director of corporate marketing, Oxfam £1,000

Amanda McKenzie European vice-president of marketing, HP £1,000

Jeremy Davies brand and communications director, Abbey £1,000

Emma Lowndes marketing manager, Mini £1,000

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