Almost half of PR professionals believe client budgets will be reduced in the next 12 months following the EU referendum result, according to an exclusive PRWeek/PRCA survey.
Pro-EU campaign group Stronger In has pledged to hold 'leave' campaigners to account for the promises and claims made in the lead-up to the EU referendum, following a consultation with supporters.
The Government has overhauled its procurement arrangements for comms and campaigns in a move that could see it working with smaller agencies, and those that have never done public sector work in the past.
Nick Loughran, the deputy comms secretary to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry, will join Freuds in September.
Charity sector digital champion and former BBC creative director Julie Dodd will join the charity Parkinson's UK in a newly created digital and comms leadership role in August.
1,400 volunteers dressed in World War One uniforms, co-ordinated by a group of 27 organisations, created a moving, eerie memorial on Friday (1 July) to mark a century since the bloodiest day in British military history.
WPP CEO and founder Sir Martin Sorrell and the United Nations comms leader tell PRWeek how and why the world's six biggest marcoms holding groups got together to launch a scheme in support of the UN's Sustainable Development Goals.
Seismic shock for UK PR as country votes out but practitioners highlight opportunities to help clients adapt
As the UK awoke to the news that Britain had voted to leave the EU by a margin of 52 per cent to 48 per cent and that Prime Minister David Cameron will leave office in the autumn, UK PR firms told PRWeek what they think the implications are for their businesses and their clients.
United Nations secretary-general Ban Ki-moon will bring together the world's biggest marcoms groups in support of the UN's Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Two senior PR network executives have told PRWeek they see a trend towards recognition for purpose-driven and humanitarian work at the PR Lions - but they also noted the lack of data and insight entries in today's shortlist for the prizes, and the jury's view of the value of earned media.
Bellenden and AAT make senior hires, cancer charity Sarcoma UK appoints House to raise awareness, 'Pregnant Then Screwed' launches buddy service for women going through tribunal system and more from PRWeek UK.
Part five of the PRCA's 2016 Census reveals that digital and social media work has massively increased, while other traditional PR tasks appear to be on the wane.
Part three of the PRCA's 2016 Census looks at regional variations, with the South East showing the highest pay levels and the most diversity.
There was talk of 'cause fatigue' at Cannes this year, but that doesn't mean the industry should move on - it's simply that purpose has evolved.
PRWeek EU Referendum Panel: The 'leave' campaign risks turning off moderate voters with its comments on Jo Cox's murder and UKIP's controversial poster, despite Boris Johnson's efforts, writes Zoe Gardner, a charity comms officer and PRWeek 30 Under 30 entrant for 2016.
Hello from the midway point of jury duty at Cannes - we've seen pretty much everything we're here to judge, but we're yet to get to the pointy end of shortlist and silverware selection.
As the UK teeters on the brink of Brexit, it is perhaps fitting that last week I made my first journey to the Council of Europe in Strasbourg.
When was the last time someone made you feel stupid? And how did you feel afterwards?
The most common criticism of your opponent's campaign is that it represents nothing more than a "chaotic talking shop". This is something aimed levelly and squarely at the Brexit campaign on a daily basis.
PRWeek's 2013 PR Census showed that 46 per cent of all PR agency employees were aged between 25 and 34. So how can today's generation of great young PR people be confident in the boardroom?
The PR and comms sector is waking up to the 'national blind spot' that employers seem to have when it comes to the gender pay gap - but does it need to do more?
The claims made against ex-Chelsea striker Didier Drogba have highlighted serious concerns about reputational damage and the knock-on effect this can have - in this case putting a significant question mark over his charity's credibility.
Last year global businesses were urged to allocate 20 per cent of their philanthropic spending to education by 2020.
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Barry Gardner has ended a six-year tenure as corporate comms director at CYBG, the holding company of Clydesdale Bank and Yorkshire Bank, PRWeek has learned.
The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) will welcome a new director of brand and corporate reputation in October, joining from the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW).
Prime Minister Theresa May's Downing Street comms and special adviser team began to take shape last night with several key appointments, including head of comms Katie Perrior and PRWeek UK Power Book entrant John Godfrey.
Paul Stephenson, latterly the PR head of Vote Leave, has joined the team steering Michael Gove's campaign to become Prime Minister.
Yoghurt brand Onken takes on Kaper, Ensor is PPS partner, Argos engages Playtime PR and more from PRWeek UK.
Golin boosts digital team, Virgo Health hires comms lead, valve firm hires Aspectus and more from PRWeek UK.
RMS appoints Aspectus, H+K promotes in Brussels, wins for BIG and Connect, and more from PRWeek UK.
Benugo hires Fleet Street, FTI strengthens public affairs, Pernod Ricard promotes and more from PRWeek UK