In contrast to England's performances on the pitch, plenty of brands have shown creativity and inventiveness with Rugby World Cup campaigns - but which one kicks its rivals into touch?
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Tech brands such as Google, Apple and Microsoft fared equally well over the summer in terms of media coverage in Europe and America, but others - such as Amazon and Nokia - have a skewed media profile, according to a new study.
Global Women in PR, a new international association linking groups of women working in the comms industry, opens for business this week.
Due to popular demand, extra tickets have been released for PRWeek's Secret Top 150 event, which is taking place at the end of the month.
Lynn Lee will also be responsible for hotel group's sustainability initiative
Grayling has been selected by the Government of Turkey to oversee international comms for next year's World Energy Congress in Istanbul.
The FDA's Fresh Empire campaign seeks to reach multicultural teens between 12 and 17 years old.
Both companies say they've found no evidence of employee wrongdoing after a critical New York Times report on Monday about the unregulated industry.
He will lead Zeno's US digital team and customer experience service.