Paul Polman, Unilever chief executive officer, has won the top spot in PRWeek's Power Book, featuring the most powerful people in the industry.
Many sectors describe themselves as 'a people business'. But this particular industry can stake a unique claim.
On my desk I currently have well over 150 CVs applying for a new graduate role.
PlayStation has created an animated video compiling gamers' tweets to mark 20 years of the brand.
While digital disruption has introduced challenges into many business models, Weber Shandwick's global CEO Andy Polansky sees mainly opportunity ahead for PR firms. But the digital story, according to him, is not about technology.
After a century when public relations needed journalism - because journalists meant access to the media - the internet and especially social media have now freed the PR trade from this subservience, says the blurb for 'Public Relations: the Masters Now', a recent event at the Royal College of Art.
Speaking at the launch of the PRWeek Power Book 2015 at the Ellwood Atfield gallery in central London last night, Gavin Ellwood outlined the fascinating findings of his meta analysis of all the Power Books since its launch in 2007.
The PRCA celebrated its 45th year this week with cake, drinks and karaoke at its new offices in Great Suffolk Street in Southwark.
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