Humanitarian crisis? Controversial British Red Cross statement on NHS improved its image, research finds
The public's perception of the British Red Cross (BRC) improved after it said the NHS was facing a "humanitarian crisis", research for PRWeek sister title Third Sector shows.
The BBC's in-house creative team has collaborated with the creators of sitcom W1A to produce a special for Red Nose Day, promising "ground-breaking fundraising ideas, immediately delivered from a blue sky thinking session".
Previously, he had a two-year stint at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
For World Water Day (Wednesday 22 March), London's Houston PR and the social enterprise One Water have created a water bottle that makes its contents appears dirty.
PR legend Matthew Freud is making a rare appearance on stage on Tuesday, for a live interview with PRWeek UK editor-in-chief, Danny Rogers.
PRWeek's UK Power Book reveals the PR professionals who lead the way in their respective areas. Today, we list the top ten comms pros from the charity sector.
Consumer PR firm Hope&Glory has created a "Garden of Light" made up of 2,100 illuminated daffodils for Marie Curie's annual fundraiser, The Great Daffodil Appeal.
Paternal rights campaign group Fathers4Justice has taken on London's Taylor Herring and Edinburgh's Orbit Communications - and is looking to further expand its work in the UK.
Showcase: Liverpool FC and The Playbook drum up support for Standard Chartered's charitable initiative
Standard Chartered, the longstanding shirt sponsor of Liverpool FC, brought in The Playbook to help achieve international cut-through for Seeing is Believing, the bank's charitable collaboration with the International Agency for the Prevention of Blindness.
Check out PRWeek UK's favourite campaigns from February 2017 below - and cast a vote in our poll for your favourite.
You're 'All Worth It' - Cheryl and Helen Mirren back Prince's Trust and L'Oréal campaign for under-confident young people
Dame Helen Mirren and Cheryl are among celebrities fronting a three-year campaign from The Prince's Trust and L'Oréal, which aims to help 10,000 young adults plagued with self-doubt.
Check out PRWeek UK's favourite campaigns from January 2017 below - and cast a vote in our poll for your favourite.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and his wife, Priscilla Chan, launched the social advocacy organization shortly after the birth of their daughter, Max.
The start of the year brings the inevitable talk of goal-setting. Maybe you're looking to up the ante on your personal creativity, hunt that Cannes Lion or innovate in your sector.
Flint was hired by arts charity Artichoke to stage a series of events around the London's Burning festival, which marked the 350th anniversary of the Great Fire of London.
I was born in Tanzania to a Ugandan father and a Rwandan-Tanzanian mother. I'm always surprised by those that talk about Africa as if it's a country and Africans as if we are all the same.
In a 'post-truth' world, the BBC has to better understand and respond to audience needs to retain credibility.
Despite being one of the least confrontational people you're likely to meet, PETA's EVP of marketing and corporate affairs Tracy Reiman leverages a combative PR plan to change laws and behaviors, and, most importantly, protect animals.
The campaign group Stop Funding Hate has demonstrated the power of a simple message delivered via social media.
Last Friday, #StopFundingHate became a trending topic in the UK after thousands on Twitter urged Daily Mail advertisers to pull their support for the paper after that day's front page portrayed three high-court judges as "enemies of the people".
Last night's PRWeek Awards featured a staggering 140 nominations, among them some inspiring campaigns from the non-profit sector.
A simple central image helped Alzheimer's Research UK cut through misunderstandings of the disease in a short film that was viewed nearly 12 million times.
Marketing has got personal. From targeted ads stalking us across the websites we visit, to incredibly targeted mailings direct to our home, we're seeing an explosion of tailored communications from brands of all varieties.
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Digital marketing and comms agency Caliber Interactive has appointed former Grayling COO Rav Singh as its new global CEO.
PR firm EdenCancan has promoted Mischa Joslin, a former entrant on PRWeek's 30 Under 30, to the role of MD following a "refresh" of the agency's identity.
In brief: Flint opens in Mumbai, Quiller goes corporate with Chandler, Mason Williams wins hotel group LHM
Flint opens second office in India, Quiller goes corporate with Chandler, Mason Williams appointed by hotel group and more from PRWeek UK.
In brief: Strictly Come Dancing event gets agency, senior hires at Which? and PrettyGreen, Stronger In PR man to Carver PR
Taylor Herring hired for Strictly event, Carver PR hires Strong In alumnus, Which? hires head of news from LGA, H+K mines Fleishman for data director and more from PRWeek UK.
In brief: Save the Children's Nick Jones joins Action for Children, plus wins for PRCO, Redtorch, Flint
Action for Children has hired Save the Children's Nick Jones in a senior role that includes comms. Plus Redtorch to publicise Detriot, Flint hired for Mayfair Art Weekend, The PRCO wins Pure Salt Luxury Hotels account, and more from PRWeek UK.
In brief: Brands2Life builds property portfolio, Weber launches diversity intern scheme, New China chief for Hoffman
Brands2Life wins property brief, senior pair join Digitalis, Spark briefed by GMC Software, Headphone brief for Ranieri and more from PRWeek UK.
PHA hired by We Buy Any Home, Luxury PR group launches, Frank wins Neos brief, new US director for Manifest, and more from PRWeek UK.
H+K hires Stronger In PR man, Harvard reshuffles leadership, MLB takes on European experiential agency and more from PRWeek UK.