Paper Round (3 May) - Which clients are advertising in the national press?

The papers carry several business-to-business campaigns this morning, with phone companies and banks highlighting their business services.

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Orange takes out a full page in The Independent and The Times to advertise its business contract, highlighting the extras included in the plan.

Rival O2 also promotes its services for businesses with two consecutive ads in The Independent, the Daily Express and The Daily Telegraph.

Barclays advertises its business banking plan with a full page in the Guardian and The Times. The ad directs readers to its website and claims to have increased the number of small business start-up loans by 10% last year.

American Express advertises access to pre-sale concert tickets in The Daily Telegraph.

Nationwide meanwhile advertises mortgage offers, with the strapline "helping move the nation", in The Daily Telegraph. Santander also focuses on mortgages with an ad in The Times.

Morrisons advertises its longer opening hours in The Sun, the Daily Mirror and the Daily Express promising to "make life easier".

Dogs Trust advertise in The Daily Express asking readers to sponsor a dog for £1.

The Sun includes an eight-page pull out comparing supermarkets' own brand prices to branded grocery items. The guide includes products such as cereal, washing up liquid and ice cream.

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