IncrediBull will integrate into Text100 at the beginning of next year.
They are also more likely to want to become CEOs themselves, In Asia and globally, according to a survey of more than 1750 execs
Agency will handle all media relations for the brand, which has grown rapidly since being launched in 2001
Volunteer-led winner of PRWeek Asia Gold Award calls for agencies in the region to help spread its message
The best sound bites from last week's annual Festival of Creativity at Cannes in the South of France.
PRWeek's party at the InterContinental Carlton in Cannes celebrated this year's award winners from the PR industry.
Gay rugby players in Australia produced a PR masterclass to overhaul attitudes to homosexuality in sport.
The event will debate why, in a female-dominated industry, relatively few become senior execs
Khan joins from Cohn & Wolfe and has more than 20-years' industry experience
Michael Mullen, SVP of corporate and government affairs at Heinz, is to take the same role at the new, enlarged business following its expected merger with Kraft that will create one of the world's largest food and drink companies.
The agency will handle social media activities for two Singapore-based brands
The firm, recently named the PRWeek Awards Asia Greater China PR Consultancy of the Year, has been aggressively expanding in the country
Three-quarters of teams in Asia not deemed fit for purpose, with the EMEA and the US faring little better, Lewis PR global study reveals
Publicis Worldwide's president Arthur Sadoun is taking on direct supervision of MSLGroup.
Richard Edelman, president and CEO of Edelman, talks to Steve Barrett, editor-in-chief of PRWeek US, about the importance of Cannes Lions 2015.
There are constant shifts in the social media channels being used, the nature of usage and who is using them in Asia-Pacifc, says Edelman's Gavin Coombes
Edelman research reveals vast opportunity remains for brands amid the rapidly shifting sands of social media use
PRWeek and BlueFocus convened a high-level discussion with clients, media, tech firms, and agency execs to debate business opportunities for global brands in China and Chinese businesses looking to expand into the West.
Malcolm Tucker from The Thick of It has narrowly trumped The West Wing's CJ Cregg as the favourite fictional PR character among entrants to PRWeek's Global Power Book.
Your rapid-fire review of the global goings-on in PR, as viewed by PRWeek Asia editor Gary Scattergood.