Flack: Flack in pictures

1. Our favourite corporate board shot of the week goes to ... the pithily named The York, North Yorkshire and East Riding LEP.

It's the new public/private body replacing Business Link in Yorkshire. Now that Business Link has gone, who you gonna call?

2. Kriss Akabusi was an inspired choice for the CIPR PRide Awards in the Midlands last week. The Olympic hurdler's famous enthusiasm showed no signs of waning despite handing out 23 awards and ensuring each winner had two pictures - the 'corporate' and the 'excited' shot (pictured with PRWeek's Kate Magee). And the CIPR's CEO Jane Wilson showed her enthusiasm on the dance floor, dancing barefoot to The Smiths with colleague Alison Steel.

3. Last week, Cake unveiled a special train to promote the arrival of Sky Movies on Sky Go. Four carriages travelling between London and Birmingham have been decorated in the style of films showing on Sky Movies and the public can take a free ride. Pictured is actress Tamsin Egerton, the Snow Queen in The Chronicles of Narnia.

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