The University of Cambridge has appointed the BBC's director of public affairs Paul Mylrea as its director of comms.
Oh for goodness sake, stop moaning and man up. PRWeek just hosted a round table in a penthouse looking out over the bay of Cannes and the overwhelming sentiment of the assembled guests was that we need to be louder and prouder of what we do.
Stir PR has been handed a project brief to promote the 300-year-old wine and spirit merchant Berry Bros & Rudd.
The political adviser to Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg has left her role to join Google.
Hanover has hired senior Bloomberg journalist Gonzalo Vina to bolster its corporate reputation offering.
Just a third of PR teams have a dedicated person responsible for creativity, despite the growing importance of creative content across the industry.
The European Union has kicked off a multimillion pound tender process to promote health and safety across the continent.
19 Jun 2013
| by Kate Magee
A jumping jeep that can cross enemy barriers? A three-winged space plane that splits at 160,000ft? A commercial aircraft that can take off and land vertically?
19 Jun 2013
| by John Owens and Alec Mattinson
Propeller is the latest PR agency to change its intern policy as the industry continues to move towards ensuring fairer payment and greater diversity.
Labour is calling for a statutory register of lobbyists to include all professional lobbyists, a code of conduct and sanctions.