Wednesday Odds and Ends

By Erik Oster 

-Battery launched “Patio” for TP-LINK (video above).

-Karmarama promoted Dickie Connell to deputy executive creative director and hired six new creatives

Mcgarrybowen London appointed Rory Gallery and Chris McKibbin as joint heads of strategy.

Venables Bell & Partners associate creative director Allison Hayes launched a fair trade clothing line called The & Collection.

Performance-based marketing agency Firewood Marketing opened a new office in San Francisco.

-Online/mobile food ordering service EatStreet appointed Lindsay, Stone & Briggs (LSB) as its agency of record

R U a FTM, LOL? Rinck Advertising of Maine launched “Mommy Lingo,” a campaign to promote client Exeltis via a website and Twitter account.

Evereve, “a national brand dedicated to empowering moms through fashion,” appointed Carmichael Lynch and its PR division Spong as its integrated AOR. 

Critical Mass hired Matthew Carver as technology director in its New York office. He previously he worked at Big Spaceship and Code & Theory.