Bob Wade Media has won a contract to provide a media and comms service for the Emergency Planning Society.
Peter Cross, director of communications at John Lewis, is to return to work following an internal investigation.
MSLGroup has hired former Weber Shandwick digital chief James Warren in an EMEA-wide role as the agency labels digital "a top priority".
Pre-tax profit at Blue Rubicon, the corporate PR specialist, rose 10.5 per cent to £3.9m last year.
Hoffman will lead public policy, corporate communications, government affairs, community relations, and philanthropy when he starts on August 25.
Lego's reaction to Greenpeace's PR attack on its partnership with oil company Shell provides a case study of how a company should, or should not, react when it is targeted as a corollary in a protest campaign.
The PRCA has rejected an offer of a meeting with the Copyright Licensing Agency because it falls short of the terms it called for.
Labour peer Paul Drayson has shifted work for his personal public relations and expanding wireless power transfer business to Bell Pottinger.
Banking and financial services company Standard Chartered has hit back at a report in the Financial Times (FT), claiming the views of its investors were misrepresented.
The Government has launched a tender for PR support worth up to £100,000 for a bank intended to make it easier for small businesses to access funding.
The importance of social media to European communications professionals appears to be tapering off, according to the latest European Communication Monitor report.
Channel 4 has promoted its head of corporate press James MacLeod in the wake of press and publicity director Jane Fletcher taking a job at Sky.
The Chinese developer of One Nine Elms, a luxury hotel and apartment complex planned to open in Vauxhall in 2018, has brought in FTI Consulting.
George Pitcher has said there is "no conflict of interest whatsoever" in him being both editor-in-chief of the International Business Times and chairman of strategic communications agency Jericho Chambers.
The Commonwealth Games opens tomorrow for 12 days of events following the opening ceremonies, but how are the official sponsors using the opportunity to promote their brands?
Engineering and project management company AMEC has appointed Julian Walker as director of comms on a permanent basis following an interim stint.
Fund managers' refreshing willingness to speak at key times is now a handy weapon in our PR armoury.
Tesco announced this week that its CEO Philip Clarke is to be replaced by Unilever's head of personal care, Dave Lewis.
Ex-european director of external communications at Coca-Cola Enterprises, Debbie Spitz, shares her tips on how to get the best from, and even enjoy, networking.
Airbnb, the short-term accommodation businesss, updated its brand identity this week and introduced a new logo that it named the Bélo, "the universal symbol of belonging".
Women are often paid less than men but it's our responsibility to make our case, says Hotwire director and member of the PRWeek Mentoring Project, Kate Hamilton.
It is almost impossible to grab attention through all the noise. The truth has become invisible.
The future is bright for the global PR industry. But it will only maximise growth by ceasing to be the PR industry as we know it.
The Edelman CEO's Grand Prix win last month symbolises his vision for the modern PR agency. He outlines to Danny Rogers his ambitious plan to remould Edelman as a corporate 'game-changer'.
All the evidence gathered from PRWeek's investigations over the past month points to a couple of crucial conclusions...
Walmart got a big tick when it made corrections in red pen to a negative New York Times article and posted the notes on its blog
Both will offer public policy advice and communications counsel to corporate, association, and nonprofit clients in the newly created roles.
Fishburn has expanded its public affairs team with the appointment of Downing Street press officer Ben Crosland as an associate director.
NEW YORK: RLM Finsbury has tapped former FTI Consulting senior MD Kal Goldberg as partner, based in the firm's New York office.
Monty left his role as global digital communications leader at Ford in May.
Former Tesco director of corporate affairs Baroness Lucy Neville-Rolfe is stepping down as a non-executive director of ITV to join the Department for Business Innovation and Skills.
Howell James, whose experience includes running comms for the Government and Barclays, is taking over the leadership of Huntsworth-owned strategic consultancy Quiller.
Global beer company SABMiller has appointed Christina Mills as director of group communications and reputation.