Saga is in discussion with agencies for a consumer-focused awareness-raising campaign around the launch of a wealth management business.
UK electronics brand Goodmans has appointed consumer agency Radiator to handle its PR and social media to coincide with its latest creative brand-building campaign.
Edinburgh agency Pagoda Porter Novelli has been given a two-year contract to handle PR for the National Trust for Scotland's countryside portfolio.
American-style restaurant chain Bodean's BBQ has hired London-based agency Belt & Braces to manage comms across its six restaurants, new product line and expansion plans, following a non-competitive pitch.
Innovative Bites, the distributor of US food brands including Hostess and Pop Corners, has hired Frank PR to represent the iconic snack brand Twinkie, PRWeek understands.
Gumtree has confirmed it will sponsor all of BT Sport's Barclays Premier League coverage during the 2015/16 season, in the online marketplace's biggest broadcast sponsorship deal to date.
Marketing Edinburgh says it helped make Edinburgh one of the most talked about topics on Twitter last week thanks to what it calls a "city-wide social media takeover".
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA), the global group that owns car brands Jeep and Alfa Romeo, is considering aligning the two brands and appointing a single UK PR agency, PRWeek has learned.
Noire has been appointed by car manufacturer Seat UK on a six-month lifestyle PR contract to support the launch of the new Seat Ibiza and Seat Leon X-Perience models.
Recordings emerged Friday morning of the wrestling superstar allegedly going on a racist rant in 2012. WWE quickly cut ties and removed all trace of Hogan from its website.
The Jamaica Tourist Board (JTB) has appointed Burson-Marsteller to manage its PR following a five-way pitch, PRWeek has learned.
Aer Lingus, Ireland's national airline carrier, has appointed PSG Communications to manage consumer PR in the UK and Ireland, replacing Ogilvy's WHPR which it had worked with for the past six years.
Holiday Inn Express has claimed that a guest was denied entry due to suspicious booking patterns, and not because staff mistook her for a Romanian prostitute.
Google is the leading brand in the world but it is losing its sense of purpose, according to a global survey of 3,000 people about 100 leading companies.
Fidor Bank, a digital German lender with assets exceeding €300m, has hired Clarity PR to launch its banking services in the UK, following a competitive pitch.
The PR world has always had a large number of gay practitioners but support networks for this community remain notably absent.
Brands are no strangers to art event sponsorships.
Relatives of UK prisoners of war have urged Mitsubishi to extend its apology to all prisoners subjected to forced labour during the Second World War after its historic apology to US POWs at the weekend.
Many international organisations still insist on seeing the Middle East as one big mass, but it is a mistake to parcel individual countries together too closely.
It's not easy for brands to keep their emojians under control today.
Earlier this week, more than half a century after To Kill A Mockingbird was first published, Harper Lee's second offering Go Set a Watchman finally hit bookshelves in more than 70 countries worldwide.
The success of the England team at the recent FIFA Women's World Cup has only further increased my ire because it highlights the great brand hypocrisy of our time: why aren't brands investing in women's sport?
The historic NASA mission was the top trend on Twitter on Tuesday morning.
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Publicasity has promoted Paul McCaffrey to director and hired two new associate directors; Barbara Normile from Clarion Communications and Lucy Richardson from Richmond Towers.
Exposure has made nine redundancies in London following the resignation of UK managing director Keir Mather after just seven months in the role.
Frank PR has snapped up Paddy Hobbs from Cow PR as an associate director.
Tina Woods has joined Lansons from Ogilvy Healthworld to launch a new division of the comms firm, Lansons Health.
Henry Warrington has been made creative director of comms agency Third City.
Golden Goose PR has appointed Nick Porter, founder of Iris PR, to the new role of managing partner.