Membit is an AR photo-sharing app that allows "pictures to be placed and viewed in the exact location they were captured."
Ministry of Sound hires Smarts Communicate for gym launch, Gumtree takes on PLMR, Fourth Day signs Canada partnership, Amec Foster Wheeler names new director of corporate affairs, and more from PRWeek UK.
PR pros give 'car-crash' #Piegate stunt a red card while brands look to cash in on Sutton footballer Wayne Shaw
The #Piegate publicity stunt has been labelled as "car-crash PR" by comms experts, although brands are looking to cash in on beleaguered Sutton goalkeeper Wayne Shaw.
The Department for Education is to launch a major new strand of its apprenticeships campaign, using multiple channels to convince smaller businesses to take on young people.
Louis Vuitton, Oscar de la Renta and Stella McCartney appear in the "Beauty and the Beast" star's posts.
Comms is playing a central role in making Britain's court system more transparent and upholding the principle of justice being seen to be done, according to the Ministry of Justice (MoJ).
Whitehouse joined the company last April as VP and chief communications officer.
Classified ads site Gumtree has appointed PLMR to handle its public affairs activity in the UK and build on its online safety programme, following a competitive pitch.
Ogilvy PR has appointed ex-Diffusion PR consumer brand specialist Remy Le Fèvre to the role of creative director in the UK.
Trade body The Energy Institute (EI) has appointed former Madano energy practice chief Nick Turton as its new external affairs director.
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David Brain, president and CEO of Edelman Asia Pacific, Middle East & Africa, is to leave the agency after 13 years.
Chris Calland has left Freuds after eight months to re-join Hanover as an associate director.
Discover Los Angeles is bringing 'all the feels' of the iconic US city to the UK leg of its global brand campaign, which launched today (20 February).
Beleaguered local government comms teams are facing the unenviable task of persuading people to pay more for council tax and receiving fewer services in return, amid concern over major shortfalls in council budgets.
Italian liqueur brand Campari has appointed Cohn & Wolfe as its new consumer PR agency in the UK following a competitive pitch, PRWeek has learned.
Pagefield hires Grayling's Chris Rogers as partner, 'distruptive' finance company Nava Finance appoints MRM, H+K to service Lawn Tennis Association campaign and more from PRWeek.
Land Rover has relaunched its 'we deal in real' campaign, which is touring the country to find "heroes of grassroots rugby" who embody the values of the Lions.
Weber Shandwick has appointed Heather Blundell as managing director of its Manchester office, following 12 months as acting MD.
Paddy Power has taken a swing at Muirfield Golf Club ahead of its decision to hold a second vote on whether to admit female members.
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Edelman UK has hired Ryan Reddick, formerly creative director at content agency The Moment, to the new position of content director.
Jersey's tourism board Visit Jersey has hired One Green Bean as its retained creative agency spanning PR and content.
Major League Baseball (MLB) has hired W Communications to a wide-ranging, six-figure brief to grow the brand across Europe.
Beattie Communications, the London-based agency with eight offices in the UK, has reported a seven per cent rise in revenue to £9.3m in 2016, which it labelled "a year of achievement and progress".
In brief: More than half of Snapchat users watch branded content, MHP wins Nanoco, Kin&Co's Danone campaign
More than half of Snapchat users open and watch branded content, nanotech giant Nanoco calls on MHP, Danone hires Kin&Co for internal comms campaign, and more from PRWeek.
Huntsworth has issued an upbeat trading statement ahead of its full-year trading update next month, saying it "traded well" in Q4 and stating that the restructure of Grayling is "now complete".
Once the deal is complete, Goldman Sachs will own 15% of the company.
The former head of PR for Wigan Council, who resigned after the council was involved in ITV documentary Don't Blame the Council, has taken on a new role at the Independent Police Complaints Commission.
The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET), one of the world's largest engineering institutions, has hired creative comms agency Tin Man following a four-way competitive pitch.
Liberty Communications, the London-headquartered tech-focused agency with offices in San Francisco and New York, has hired technology comms veteran Jim Lubinskas as its first North America MD.
The world's largest PR firm is still expanding but posted its lowest growth in seven years in 2016, with organic revenue up just 1.7% as clients became more cautious and cut spending - but it is more optimistic about Q1 and 2017 and remains committed to communications marketing.
In brief: Law firm Weightmans hires Citypress, Cognito names EMEA MD, Rule 5 to launch content and video business V
National law firm Weightmans brings in Citypress following agency consolidation, Rule 5 to launch content and video business V, DKB Household hires PHA Media, and more from PRWeek UK.
Spanish-owned comms agency Llorente & Cuenca has reported a 12.5 per cent rise in revenue in 2016 to €33.8m (£28.7m, $36m), although growth was significantly higher when excluding the impact of currency fluctuations.