The Conservative Party's 2015 conference will focus on traditional Tory messages of security, opportunity and stability, PRWeek has learned.
The fast-food chain is making the location's owner - and its iconic cows - the stars of its media relations push before it debuts in the Big Apple.
Millennial marketers talk about the stereotypes they face at Advertising Week.
He most recently served as vice president of corporate affairs at Kraft before taking the role at Mondelez International, the owner of snack food brands such as Cadbury and Oreo, this week.
Frankie Oliver, joint managing director of Fever and board director of parent company Nelson Bostock Group, has decided to step down, after more than eight years at the group.
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Andy Green has announced on Twitter that he is suspending his campaign to stand for president of the CIPR, leaving only one other candidate in the running.
Buchanan, the WPP-owned financial comms agency, has appointed Giles Sanderson to the newly created role of deputy chairman and partner.
Global PC and tablet accessories provider Logitech has appointed Creston agencies Fever Unlimited and Things Unlimited to a UK PR and social brief believed to be worth six figures, PRWeek has learned.
The majority of people feel that big businesses should make public comments on political issues - however, they are unlikely to actually trust those public comments, according to research.