Denise Kaufmann has been appointed with immediate effect as chief executive of Ketchum London in a promotion from managing director of client services.
The National Social Marketing Centre (NSMC) has struck a global strategic partnership with Ogilvy PR to share public sector best practice with private sector clients, in a bid to get the 'Government and private sector to work together more effectively'.
Huntsworth CEO Lord Chadlington and executive director of the Telegraph Media Group Lord Black are to spearhead new nationwide PRCA awards intended to show that 'excellence is not bound by the M25'.
Headline profits in WPP's public relations and public affairs sector dropped 4.5% in 2012, according to its annual financial results released today.
Grayling has moved to expand its sustainability division Future Planet into the 'cleantech' arena through the appointment of Michael Saxton as joint MD.
13 Feb 2013
| by Mark Banham
Chief executive of Ketchum Europe David Gallagher has been chosen as jury president of the PR Lions at this year's Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity.
A series of "wrong" decisions surrounding how much tax Starbucks pays in the UK has led the global coffee chain to become the latest brand to suffer in "the age of damage", according to Havas' global chief executive David Jones, and he believes Google and Amazon will be next.
Two of the best-known comms directors in Britain have resigned from their roles to set up a London-based comms agency.
Jaguar Land Rover has fired the starting pistol on a major pitch process as it plans to become a strident voice in the London 2012 legacy debate.
The comms director of Coca-Cola Great Britain & Ireland tells Alec Mattinson that CSR is central to the brand's support of London 2012.