PRWeek today publishes its Global Power Book (GPB), the annual guide to the most influential PR professionals across the world.
More than three-quarters of PRWeek's Global Power Book nominees expect this year to be better than the last for their businesses.
Many male PR chiefs would fancy being personified by George Clooney if the story of their life was made into a movie.
PR chiefs in the Global Power Book were closely divided between Twitter and Facebook as their most useful social media platform, with the microblogging service edging out Mark Zuckerberg's social utility by 122 votes to 103.
PRWeek's Global Power Book (GPB) elite have overwhelmingly named Volkswagen as the firm or organisation that has suffered the worst 12 months of reputational damage.
More than three out of four PR chiefs featured in PRWeek's Global Power Book (GPB) believe print newspapers do have a future.
Always #LikeAGirl, the hugely successful campaign for Always by Procter & Gamble with MSLGroup, continues to impress top global PR professionals, being easily the most popular single campaign over the past 12 months among members of PRWeek's Global Power Book (GBP) 2016.
If the members of PRWeek's Global Power Book 2016 represented the US electorate, they would vote into office Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton by an overwhelming margin.
Press Officer Home Office London (Greater)
Ambitious Consumer Account Director/Senior Account Director - grow your own division SG Search and Select London (Central), London (Greater)
Account Director Media Recruitment London (Central), London (Greater)
Director of Communications - in-house PR Futures London (Central), London (Greater)
Account Manager/Senior Account Manager Bespoke Retainment Group Manchester, Greater Manchester