PR has changed dramatically in the last two years as data and digital skills come to the fore and the industry has less of an inferiority complex than it did, according to WPP boss Sir Martin Sorrell.
Labour must convey the message to voters beyond the conference hall that it can hold the Government to account on the issues on which it is united, such as Brexit, grammar schools and health, according to Tony Blair's former comms director, David Hill.
She has joined the electric car company as senior director of communications.
The Gawker Media founder described how the web reinforces people's pre-existing notions at Percolate's Transition Conference in New York on Tuesday afternoon.
Nick Hindle has been appointed global head of corporate comms by the dairy giant Arla Foods.
Confectionery giant Wrigley has issued a deft response to Donald Trump's son comparing refugees to poisoned Skittles, saying: "Skittles are candy. Refugees are people."
Stoptober, the annual 28-day mass quit smoking campaign from Public Health England and Freuds, is back for a fifth year and is using Facebook - including a new Facebook Messenger bot - as its key social channel.
Global drinks giant Diageo has given its global corporate comms account to Teneo Blue Rubicon, the newly reshuffled London agency, after a lengthy search process.
Wargaming, creator of online game World of Tanks, has launched a free augmented and virtual reality app called Tank 100, to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the first deployment of tanks at the Somme in September 1916.
Newington Communications has appointed former CBI comms director Muniya Barua to the role of director of corporate affairs.
Retailer Asda has confirmed to PRWeek that it has served notice on its contract with Freud Communications.
FTI Consulting has formalised the global network of affiliate agencies for its Strategic Communications arm, with 'Gold' and 'Silver' status being offered to affiliates.
Virgo Health gets innovative, Sellotape sticks with Mercieca, Media Trust founder steps down, Ibérica chooses Burt Greener Communications and more from PRWeek UK.
FTI said it is launching the practice amid "unprecedented political risk and instability" facing companies.
King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust has appointed Sao Bui-Van as its comms director, taking up his new role next month.
Newly rebranded agency Teneo Blue Rubicon has been appointed to a corporate and financial PR brief with retail group Kingfisher, to support its One Kingfisher group transformation plan.
The world's buyers, editors, bloggers and our industry's newly termed VIPs - the influencers - have descended on the capital for London Fashion Week, as the British Fashion Council showcases our homegrown talent to the world.
The news that Channel 4 has outbid BBC to air future episodes of the Great British Bake Off has left fans of the show angrier than Paul Hollywood with a face full of over-baked pancakes.
PRCA director-general Francis Ingham explains how the new name & branding was essential to represent 'blurred' dividing lines between PR and comms practices.
Autumn 2016 may come to be seen as a turning point in the debate around equal pay for women in the PR industry, as the PRCA moves to compel agency members to include gender pay gap reporting in its quality kitemark.
Direct Line's comms heads explain to PRWeek how the firm keeps its PR approach proactive and why its relationship with external agencies is like a marriage.
Liberty Media, the US-based media group, is very close to finalising the multibillion-dollar purchase of the Formula 1 motor-racing series.
"Curiouser and curiouser!" cried Alice, "now I'm opening out like the largest telescope that ever was!" - for a business story around company policies, contracts and corporate governance, the telescope of scrutiny has opened up pretty wide on Sports Direct.
In the 15 years since 9/11, the nature of corporate risk and appropriate responses have changed almost beyond recognition, writes Victoria Cross, managing partner at Instinctif Partners
With Olympics fever gripping the nation in August, the collapse of BHS remained the most noticed business news story of the month
In Flack this week: Journalists and PR pros trade blows, Apple in issuing statement shock, and PRWeek runs rings around adland (kind of).
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Joey Jones, the former Sky political journalist and briefly a media adviser to Theresa May during her home secretary tenure, has been appointed by Weber Shandwick as head of public affairs.
UK Power Networks has appointed Julie Minns as head of customer engagement, a new role where she will oversee external communications, stakeholder engagement and sustainability for the UK's largest electrical distributor.
Newgate adds partner, BoldMove for PRCA, JBP's Cardiff win and more from PRWeek UK.
InsureandGo hires Hills Balfour, BDO brings in Roling, ZPR hired by Jewlr and Abbey Road hires Starscream.
Bell Pottinger has moved two staffers with performing arts experience into new roles as the agency's joint creative team, with a senior figure at the firm saying PR firms have often been "a bit conservative" in their creative arrangements.
Golin wins Vets Now, Griffiths leaves Instinctif, Maitland's Nomura hire and more from PRWeek UK.
Lansons hires from Bell Pottinger, Pennon promotes IR chief to PR head, Middleton joins Celicourt, Rooster appoints creative director and more from PRWeek UK.