The Cystic Fibrosis Trust has asked Blue Rubicon to help it launch a new project to help transform the care of people who suffer from the condition.
Sluts, breastfeeding and immigrants on the M4: Lambert has a job on his hands with UKIP's comms role
Sluts not cleaning behind fridges, women breastfeeding in the corner and immigrants clogging up the M4. Every time Nigel Farage or members of his party make such statements, the 'Metropolitan elite' they deride throws up its hands in horror with a look of disbelief. But what sounds like a gaffe to some is music to the ears of UKIP's supporters and plays straight into the anti-politics 'everyman' image of Farage and his party. So why has UKIP chosen this moment to up its game with the appointment of BBC veteran Paul Lambert as director of communications?
Claremont Social Communications has been appointed by the Design Council to promote a pan-European programme, following a three-way pitch.
FTI Consulting has recruited former Labour health secretary Patricia Hewitt as part of six new appointments to its UK Public Affairs practice.
The Local Government Association (LGA) is launching its annual Twitter campaign on Wednesday for councillors and council employees across England and Wales.
Public Health England (PHE) has awarded its consumer engagement brief to M&C Saatchi with Freuds, which was unable to pitch directly, as a sub-contractor.
The combined firm, called Remarkable Pendragon, will have a total of 80 staff with expertise across the property, waste management, utility, infrastructure and energy sectors.
The body leading the development of industrial carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology has hired the Madano Partnership to ensure its project is more widely known about.
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.
Take a look at our gallery of photos from last night's PRWeek Awards, hosted by James Corden.
The winners of this year's PRWeek Awards will be revealed at London's Grosvenor House Hotel tonight, so here's a final reminder of who's up for a gong.
After a trial period that saw all three press offices for the royal family merge under one roof at Buckingham Palace, the press team for Prince Charles and Camilla is to move back to Clarence House.
The Department of Energy and Climate Change has appointed Rae Stewart as director of communications with Arthur Leathley moving to the Cabinet Office as director of cross-government communications.
With just over a week to go before the PRWeek Awards winners are revealed at London's Grosvenor House Hotel next Tuesday, here's a reminder of who's up for a gong.
UK universities have this week found out how they have fared in the Research Excellence Framework (REF), a long process that has had a profound influence over every aspect of higher education for the past few years.
The outlook is mixed as cuts start to bite, but the public sector is hiring again as bodies accept the key role strategic comms plays.
Working in comms for private or public sector bodies is more similar, and useful, than you might think.
Last month's high-profile Ebola simulation was routine for public health dangers, writes the Department of Health's director of comms.
Running an agency is exciting but it is easy to forget to make provisions for when things go wrong. Follow this guide to avoid a legal minefield.
A new report identifies the emergence of the chief comms and marketing officer (CCMO) and predicts greater convergence between disciplines.
There are numerous tools available for monitoring your social media campaigns and the opportunities for engagement seem limitless, but this can brings pitfalls.
Each month PRWeek will look at how the climate change message is progressing through what actions firms are taking and how ordinary people feel about it.
Cut red tape to respond instantly, effectively and clinically to combat the impact of Islamic State and its chilling message on social media.
The heat generated by two recent child protection stories shows the need for better relations between social care workers and their press offices.
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.
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After nearly 33 years as CEO of his eponymous firm, David Fenton has sold the agency and appointed a new chief exec, as he shifts to the role of chairman, effective immediately.
Cicero Group has expanded its corporate communications team by hiring Ewan Livingston as its energy sector leader.
Bell Pottinger has appointed Julie Minns, head of public policy and corporate responsibility at mobile operator Three, as a partner in its political team.
Portland has appointed Jonathan McClory as director of its new place branding practice, which aims to help countries and governments to build a stronger global brand.
Bell Pottinger has hired digital specialist Harvey Smith as an associate partner and former Department for Education special adviser Beth Armstrong as a senior consultant.
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.
David Plouffe "will be managing all global policy and political activities, communications, and Uber branding efforts," the company's CEO, Travis Kalanick, wrote in a blog post on the hire.