MHP wins British Business Bank, Henry Boot hires Hudson Sandler, WPP buys out Shanghai businesses and more from PRWeek UK.
Animal rights campaign PETA has bought shares in LVMH, owner of Louis Vuitton and a number of other luxury brands, allowing it to attend shareholder meetings and question the board.
Edelman agency Smithfield hires director, FleishmanHillard Fishburn adds two, Rocket Fuel appoints Bite, and Curve Group recruits Limelight.
Wellcome Trust hires Third City, Havas handed global software brief, Headland wins banking group Paragon, bandv brings in Maz Beagley and more from PRWeek UK.
She has held roles at S&P Global, American Express, and Hill & Knowlton.
The PRWeek UK Best Places to Work Awards presentation took place last night at The Condé Nast College of Fashion & Design in Soho - and a PRWeek snapper was on hand to capture the evening.
Stephen Benzikie, a former MD of Bell Pottinger's Corporate & Financial practice, has teamed up with other senior comms figures to launch a new London-based communications agency.
Four months after joining the WPP agency as chair of its global corporate and financial practice, Mike Fernandez has a new role: U.S. CEO.
Journalists and members of the PR community have warned there could be dire consequences for the comms industry if the government decides to implement Section 40 of the Crime and Courts Act 2013.
Global satellite communications and connectivity giant Inmarsat has appointed Ogilvy Public Relations for a global PR brief following a competitive pitch that included Edelman and Instinctif.
Ex-George Osborne aide Thea Rogers has become Deliveroo's PR chief, while the food delivery business will appoint new consumer and corporate agencies after ending work with Havas PR.
Redington, the UK's fourth largest investment consultancy, has hired MRM following a competitive pitch.
Pete Murray has joined agency Hume Brophy's London office as director of corporate affairs, following two years leading comms for Metro Bank.
PRWeek reveals the winners of our Best Places to Work Awards 2017, which celebrate the top employers in agency and in-house comms.
Google has put its product portfolio press office account, currently held by Portland, out to pitch, PRWeek has learned.
Research released this morning on 'fat cat' pay in leading UK businesses has again gained traction across media outlets, including the BBC, the Daily Mail, Sky News and Metro.
Consider, if you will, two seemingly unconnected stories with potentially seismic implications for the PR industry.
The National Trust's comms and content team speak to PRWeek about why it has moved away from the classic PR model - and 'traditional' PR stunts.
I was born in Tanzania to a Ugandan father and a Rwandan-Tanzanian mother. I'm always surprised by those that talk about Africa as if it's a country and Africans as if we are all the same.
Despite the detriment to its work and reputation, the PR industry is still struggling to think differently about how it can diversify its workforce.
The In-house Department - Silver winner in the PRWeek Best Places to Work Awards is UKTV, with 'admirable training initiatives' and a progressive approach to diversity impressing judges.
The work-life balance at O2 contributed to the telecoms titan taking 'In-house' Bronze in the PRWeek Best Places to Work Awards this year.
A 'dynamic and progressive culture' helped Smart Energy take the In-house Department - Gold trophy in the PRWeek Best Places to Work Awards 2017.
The timetable may still be uncertain, but corporate comms practitioners must be able to show that business strategies are in place as Brexit nears.
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
For the first nine years of my career, I thought the PR function had a very good relationship with the board.
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The chief strategist of Hillary Clinton's 2016 White House campaign will continue in his role leading Benenson Strategy Group.
Bell Pottinger's hires and fashion work, Acer UK hires Agent42, Travel Portland hires Black Diamond, new US boss for Burson and more from PRWeek UK.
Flight Centre hires Rooster, Remarkable adds to northern team, Beauty app Missbeez appoints Bite, AD joins Four Colman Getty, and more from PRWeek UK.
Madano has appointed Chris Parr, John Prescott's former private secretary and Bell Pottinger veteran, as director of its built environment and professional services business.
Marcomms group Creston has today gone private following sale of the business to investment firm DBAY Advisors.
2016 had its fair share of significant people moves in the UK PR industry. PRWeek rounds up the biggest ins and outs.
Avon hires new comms chief, Hope&Glory wins Final Fantasy XIV brief, Citypress opens Liverpool shop and more from PRWeek UK.