Threepipe has been appointed by Parkrun, a not-for-profit body that organises free, weekly, 5km timed runs, to develop and articulate the brand and engage with potential new partners.
WPP has jumped 12 places in The Times Top 100 Graduate Employers list released today, rising from 50 to 38 and the only marketing services company in the list.
Comms veterans James Thellusson and Martin Thomas have launched marketing services consultancy Dissident.
Sharon Flaherty, former head of PR and social media at MoneySuperMarket, has launched her own content marketing agency Brand Content this week.
Dave Morris has been appointed by Weber Shandwick to the newly created EMEA-wide role of director of change management.
Propeller Group has hired Branwell Johnson and Matt Phillips in two newly created roles as part of the agency's expansion drive.
As Alibaba executives go city to city as part of a 10-day roadshow, the pressure is on. Despite a bevy of new interactive media tools, roadshows are still a critical communications strategy for companies going public.
This week saw Apple’s latest product launch event, with the unveiling of its new iPhone models and Apple Watch.
Royal Bank of Scotland's announcement that it would relocate its HQ from Edinburgh to London in the event of a vote for independence was driven by "media speculation", an internal memo has revealed.
Simon Eaton has been appointed by Instinctif Partners as a managing partner in its capital markets and corporate affairs practice.
FTI MD Simon Elliott has been hired by Hume Brophy to lead its new international corporate practice.
Global financial professional body ACI has hired Chatsworth Communications as it seeks to rebuild trust in the "battered" reputation of the markets.
The Church of England has hired Martha Linden as senior media officer after 16 years with the Press Association.
Adam Mynott has joined the Chinese telecoms giant Huawei as director of media affairs.
Braben Communications has been called in by creative content company One Two Four to enhance its profile as a content company.
MHP Communications has poached Instinctif Partners' Mark Lunn for its financial practice.
All PR people love working a room, right? Not always. Talk Talk's PR manager Clara Biu shares what she has learnt about how to become a more active networker (and even enjoy it).
I'm not quite sure why anyone is surprised at the tone and breadth of criticism of technology companies outlined in The Financial Times this week.
Businesses need a binding global climate deal if they are to develop innovative products and services for a greener future.
What has always fascinated me about the comms business is that this is an industry built on intelligent debate.
As pressure mounts on the world's resources, brands must reconfigure themselves to be sustainable citizens.
The environmentalist and anti-consumerist leader of Adbusters talks to Alex Benady about 'culture jamming', empty CSR initiatives and how comms professionals can use the power in their hands for global good.
The Ice Bucket Challenge has raised an estimated £60m for charities on both sides of the Atlantic in the two months it started spreading on social media.
This week the CIPR introduces a new package of measures helping PR women navigate maternity leave. Board member and chair of the Professional Practices Committe Sarah Hall explains why this is so important.
The morality of news management is in the spotlight once again after Gawker slammed Edelman as a "soulless PR conglomerate" for its 'Carpe Diem' blog on Robin Williams.
As Huntsworth's half-year results were looming last week, and as the share price continued to flatline, one suspected the group would pull yet another rabbit from its top hat; few predicted that rabbit would be Lord Chadlington himself.
Consultant (AE / SAE) - digital & corporate comms Fabric London (Central), London (Greater)
Parliamentary and Policy Manager Electus London (City of), London (Greater)
Digital Consumer Account Manager for world leading PR agency The Works London
Head of Communications The Royal Orthopaedic Hospital NHS Foundation Trust Birmingham
Lansons' associate director Beth Murray has left the corporate world to head up comms at the crime prevention charity Only Connect.
Dr Linda Papadopoulos is joining dating website eHarmony as its UK media spokesperson.
Dragon Associates has appointed Dan Bridgett as its new managing director in its London office.
Publicis Groupe chief executive Maurice Lévy is to step down in 2016 amid a management shake-up at the company.
Facebook has poached The Walt Disney Company's Anouska Ruane to lead comms across the UK & Ireland.
Corporate PR specialist Dragon Associates has hired Nick Barrington-Wells and Claire Rumbellow as consultants.
The World Bank has hired Jeremy Hillman from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to lead comms as it seeks to "tell a strong story" about its role in global affairs amid a major restructure.