A nude strategy day with cucumber water? Or a disruptive micro-influencer breakfast? Idea Mic Drop delivers automated campaign ideas at a click
The agency Taylor Herring has created a new website that generates deadly serious, award-winning campaign ideas at the touch of a button.
Manifest Group has opened a new office in the Swedish capital Stockholm amid plans to set up further operations in South Africa and Australia by 2020.
General Mills is set to create a global chief marketing officer position amid a restructuring that will axe up to 600 jobs worldwide.
Air fresheners and anti-odour brand Febreze has brought in comedian Paul O'Grady and the London Community Gospel Choir to launch a festive-themed pongy prototype perfume.
CCgroup handed UK PR brief by Mitek, Threepipe to launch new Dole product range, Red Lorry Yellow Lorry wins Aquila, PRCA members elect new vice chair, and more from PRWeek UK.
Andrew Dunn, founder and lifetime president of luxury tour operator Scott Dunn, will join The PC Agency as non-executive chairman on 1 January.
The upstart British brewer is sticking to its nonconformist roots as it enters the U.S. market. But there's one topic it won't touch.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is to launch a £42m campaign to remind customers of a two-year deadline for claiming compensation for mis-sold payment protection insurance (PPI), although it remains unclear whether external PR support will be sought.
Golin London appoints new head of digital, Edelman expands its corporate reputation division, Aurora adopts a new management structure, and more from PRWeek UK.
Brexit, Blair and Balls to the fore and the cyber-mafia: Predictions for 2017 from Edelman's Crystal Ball
Rising prices and Brexit uncertainty, the political significance of 'Strictly' and the cyber-mafia were among predictions for 2017 made by an all-female panel chaired by Newsnight presenter Kirsty Wark, at Edelman's Crystal Ball yesterday (1 December).
The Movember Foundation, which encourages men to grow moustaches for charity during November, is branching out to highlight a wider variety of men's health issues throughout the year.
London-based PR firm W Communications has been appointed by animations studio Nexus to bring the White House's new augmented reality (AR) greetings card to life in the UK.
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Right-wing American news outlet Breitbart is urging its readers to boycott Kellogg's following the cereal company's decision to cease all advertising on the site.
Advertisers, media owners and brands have been accused of colluding in creating a "crisis of confidence" among consumers as they continue to promote unrealistic body ideals.
Underpinning Africa's well-documented growth have been numerous important factors: oil, commodities, China and the fallout from the global crash in 2008. Of these, the most important are oil and China.
Leave and Trump campaigns can herald a new verbal dawn for communications, at the expense of 'arrogant network agencies' and their visual bias.
The client isn't a PR professional's only master, but how do you know what journalists and editors want if you don't get to know them?
Credit cards at the ready, mobile devices to hand, finely tuned bargain-hunting instincts heightened: that's right, it's Black Friday.
So, you've got an opportunity to pitch to a new client and, after a fruitful brainstorming session with your team, you've got it: The concept that's got 'winning pitch' written all over it.
The survival of PR consultancies will be decided by their ability to re-engineer themselves to provide flexible services that clients want.
P&O called on customers to name its newest ship, while Samsung's CEO told his 489,000 employees the company must use the Galaxy Note 7 crisis as a chance to improve how the brand thinks about innovation. What is the connection?
Over the weekend, Lego ended its promotional partnership with the Daily Mail after customer letter and #StopFundingHate pressure.
In 2017 it is estimated that 2.2 billion people will own a smartphone and, as the world becomes more social, user-generated content will continue to drive the pace of crisis communications.
It was 80 years ago this month when Elizabeth Cowell spoke the famous words: "This is direct television from the studios at Alexandra Palace" - the first high-definition television service of its kind, from the BBC.
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Carol Potter, executive vice chairman of Edelman's Asia Pacific, Middle East and Africa region, has been named as Michael Stewart's successor as president and CEO of the agency's Europe and CIS arm.
Mueller, a PepsiCo veteran, exited the role after one year.
Burson-Marsteller's UK health team today (28 November) welcomes Kelly Teasdale, formerly of AstraZeneca and previously TogoRun and Chandler Chicco, as a senior director.
Houston briefed by Johnson Matthey, British Academy hires comms chief, Positive Marketing partners with US firm and more from PRWeek UK.
Caroline Preston, former head of broadcasting for David Cameron at Number 10, has joined Stonehaven, the comms agency founded by Peter Lyburn, a former associate of Sir Lynton Crosby.
Social Chain hires ops director, RKM wins skin-care brand, Tweed Media is game and more from PRWeek UK.