Huawei is partnering with London's Saatchi Gallery for an exhibition examining selfies and self-expression in art history - part of a push by the Chinese electronics firm to increase its presence in the UK.
Rose Beaumont leads international and European communications for the global financial services company, which won Global Campaign of the Year in 2016 - final call for 2017 entries is Tuesday, January 24.
A swearing-in ceremony unlike any other has forced advertisers to make a tough decision.
A study by the Plank Center confirms generation gaps between millennials and the old guard of comms, but its researchers note the much-apprised generation may not only be an asset but necessary.
As Donald Trump gets sworn in as the 45th President of the United States, PRWeek UK runs through eight Twitter accounts you should be following today.
In Flack this week: WPP and mistaken identity, Flack on the ball at Spurs, and PRWeek UK goes full Trump on Twitter.
Mischief was the winning agency in yesterday's Creative Shootout, with the firm's humorous toilet-based campaign pitch winning over judges and attendees.
Rather like waiting for a dental appointment, you want the pain to be over as quickly as possible and so it is with Donald Trump's inauguration.
Tottenham Hotspur's head of marketing has told PRWeek the club is creating a brand experience at its new stadium in order to "change behaviours and beliefs" around how fans enjoy a trip to the football.
Former Publicis Healthcare boss Anna Korving has joined Hanover to chair its healthcare practice, which is led by Andrew Harrison.
Ahead of the inaugural Brand Film Festival London, check out some of the finest cinematic storytelling on behalf of brands released this year.
Democracy and deregulation has helped PR grow in Ghana, but there is still a fight to convince clients of its worth.
As the first Brand Film Festival London approaches, we look at how Phillips, BMW, Intel, and others made pure entertainment with tangible results.
Maurice Lévy has declared his successor will be an insider and suggested Publicis Groupe is close to naming "him."
Martin Ballantine, managing director of Piracy Corporation, recalls the time a threat from an adman led to him talking himself out of an account.
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The public mood for change shows no signs of lessening and business must recognise that the UK now has a Government that is willing to enact change to satisfy the demands of the electorate
The new year means one thing for sport and lifestyle brands: New Year's resolutions. As growing audiences flock to YouTube for fitness tips, here are Instrumental's Top Ten Influencers that you need to watch...
How an empathy-centred mindset brought colleagues closer, made work better, and is now charting a path that could change the language of healthcare communications.
To succeed in a dynamic business environment, organisations must become agile and responsive - and internal comms can play a vital role in future-proofing businesses
For brands, big movements in popular perception happen regularly - from unexpected crises to planned product changes. Find out how these things impact on customer attitudes - and how you need to respond.
Both the Brexit vote and Trump's rise to power has made 2016 an annus horribilis for everyone in the pundit-expert- prediction-business. For the PR industry, though, the ongoing transformation of influence brings both challenges and opportunities.
M&S store closures and Tesco banking data breach dominate the business news headlines
The struggle between good intentions and actions falls upon behavioural science. Use these four behavioural commitment devices in communications to make your audience follow through.
In an increasingly digital market, companies are changing suppliers with just a click of the mouse. Yet B2B companies can still thrive in this volatile environment - as long as they have the right strategy in place