Agency will help raise its profile among meetings, incentives, conferences and exhibitions partners
Plans are reportedly under way for a possible sale or flotation of Top Right Group, part of the media company formerly known as Emap that also operates the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity.
Government suspends The Edge titles for three months over its reports on the 1MDB investment fund scandal, which has hit the country's PM
Firm grew 15% globally in 2014-15 and 33% in Asia, Barby Siegel tells PRWeek Asia during a visit to Singapore
It's the world's fastest-growing digital language, and brands are beginning to build it into their marketing campaigns in their attempts to target Millennials, say Mark Middlemas, director of communications at RadiumOne, and Millennial marketing intern Aidan Lonergan.
After the Japanese giant was rocked by a financial reporting scandal, it is now pursuing a "clear the deck" strategy
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Visiting faculty to include industry experts such as Piyush Pandey, Roshan Abbas, CVL Srinivas and Prema Sagar
Roles will focus on digital and content marketing to "strengthen integrated offering".
Japanese media company Nikkei has agreed to buy the Financial Times Group for £844m in cash, beating German publishing firm Axel Springer, which was believed to be in advanced talks with Pearson.
He succeeds Carol Cone, who left the position three months ago to start a collaborative consultancy.
Google is the leading brand in the world but it is losing its sense of purpose, according to a global survey of 3,000 people about 100 leading companies.
Agency will focus purely on providing writing services, leaving the high-level consulting to fellow STW Group firms Barton Deakin and Hawker Britton.
Surajeet Das Gupta has over 30 years' experience as a journalist at titles such as Business Standard and India Today
Mark Campbell appointed head of content and Rogan Gilhespie head of data at the agency
Revenue was up 1.5% organically in North America, 2.3% in Europe, and 3.3% in Asia-Pacific in the quarter.
IPG's PR agencies also saw nearly 10% organic growth in the first half of the year, Weber Shandwick's CEO said.
The holding company owns and operates Weber Shandwick and Golin, both of which sit in its Constituency Management Group unit.
Brief covers wide range of comms activity in Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia
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