3 Monkeys Communications with First Great Western Trains, June-August 2014
The founder and chief executive of TV production firm Nutopia believes the UK is lagging behind the US when it comes to digital comms
The&Partnership with Sentebale, December 2014
The fashion blogger on why variety is the spice of life and why PRs need to do their homework
The Golin CEO met up with Alex Benady in London to explain why three years ago he decided to do away with the traditional PR consultancy model and create the 'agency of the future' - and how his gamble is paying off today.
The world's most successful marketing services entrepreneur and self-styled 'bean counter' talks to Danny Rogers about the new wave of integration and why comms finally deserves to be at the centre of things.
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.
An in-depth look at four transformational campaigns and the integration, bravery and purpose that they share.
Islamic State is controlling both traditional and social media as it tightens its grip on parts of Syria and Iraq, finds John Owens in Beirut.
A new report identifies the emergence of the chief comms and marketing officer (CCMO) and predicts greater convergence between disciplines.
Hannah Hope, deputy 3am editor at the Daily Mirror, on the showbiz life and her favourite PR people.
Keir Simmons, NBC's London-based foreign correspondent, talks to PRWeek about his job and how he relates to PRs.
Jackie Cooper, global chair and creative strategy at Edelman, on the things that inspire her professionally
PlayStation has created an animated video compiling gamers' tweets to mark 20 years of the brand.
The duo behind the viral remix of David Cameron's speech last month tell PRWeek what inspires them.
Generous PR agencies and in-house comms teams have donated more than £2,000 to the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC) by entering PRWeek UK's Best Places to Work Awards.
The deadline for entry to PRWeek UK's Best Places to Work Awards 2015 has been extended to Wednesday 7 January.
Are you one of the PR's industry's best and most progressive employers? Do you run great and effective teams in the UK PR industry? Now is your chance to prove it - as entries open for PRWeek's prestigious Best Places to Work Awards 2015.
Hanover, Whitehouse Consultancy, Freedman Brown and Jargon PR are the first PR agencies to sign up to PR Internships For All since the scheme was expanded to smaller agencies and in-house departments last month.
The PR industry gathered at an exclusive awards night at Grosvenor House to celebrate the best people, agencies and campaigns of 2014. Here's the full list of winners.
With 16 of the top 25 PR agencies now supporting PRWeek and the PRCA's initiative to bring a more diverse pool of graduates into the industry, all PR agencies and in-house departments are being invited to get involved.
WPP has strengthened its position as the top performing group, widening the lead on its rivals, according to figures from PRWeek's Top 150.
PRWeek honored the best global communications work on Thursday night at the inaugural PRWeek Global Awards.
Why PRWeek and the PRCA have called on the top 25 agencies to act as industry champions by hiring more young people from ethnic backgrounds and paying interns at least the National Minimum Wage.
The results are in - PRWeek unveils the best employers in the PR industry today.
Ask the ebullient former CEO of Sainsbury's what he really thinks about PR and he refuses to answer. "I reject the premise of your question," he says, "because there's an inherent negativity to it."
Clare Hieatt, the managing director of UK jeans-maker Hiut, says her company competes with bigger brands via smart social media and 'brand purpose'.
It slid into public consciousness on a conveyor belt of modernity in the late 1990s, helping to bring Japanese food to the masses. Yet YO! Sushi's CEO Robin Rowland maintains that the brand remains just as innovative today.
The PR scene in Qatar has changed rapidly since the Gulf state came under global scrutiny after it was awarded the 2022 FIFA World Cup, says James Caffall, MD of Forbes Associates.
South Africa presents massive opportunities as well as challenges, says Elian Wiener, founder and CEO of Epic Communications.
The PR industry has massive potential in Africa's biggest economy but there is still work to be done, says Nn'emeka Maduegbuna, chairman and CEO, C&F Porter Novelli, Nigeria.