Virgo Health gets innovative, Sellotape sticks with Mercieca, Media Trust founder steps down, Ibérica chooses Burt Greener Communications and more from PRWeek UK.
Today, the PRCA has announced it will include gender pay gap reporting in its kitemark accreditation for consultancies for the first time, in a game-changing move that could have far-reaching implications for the industry and fair pay for women.
PRWeek's new survey of 300 respondents reveals what PRs really think of journalists, and vice versa. In the final section, we explore what journalists and PRs admire and abhor about each other, as well as their favourite PR agencies and media outlets.
The 'Hacks vs Flacks' survey: Journalists covet PR pay packets, but high levels of job satisfaction for both
PRWeek's new survey of 300 respondents reveals what PRs really think of journalists, and vice versa. The latest excerpt highlights the respective pay packets and job satisfaction.
The 'Hacks vs Flacks' survey: Journalists have a difficult job, say PRs, but their skills are waning
PRWeek's new survey of 300 respondents reveals what PRs really think of journalists, and vice versa. The second part of the feature exposes what they think of each other's roles and how seamless a career swap would be.
Hope&Glory toasts liqueur win, Macmillan supported by Manifest, Dragons' Den investees hire instinct PR and more from PRWeek UK.
Condom maker Durex has joined forces with the International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF) to launch global campaign #DontShareZika.
International development charity WaterAid has parodied the mobile game Pokémon Go for a light-hearted video with a serious message, as it urges viewers to "flush 'em all".
The men's health charity Movember, which recently saw its UK marcoms chief become its European leader, is on the hunt for a PR agency for a UK campaign, PRWeek has learned.
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.
Future in Mind for the mental health charity Time to Change was a social marketing campaign to introduce mental health issues to 14- to 18-year-olds and their parents, as a way of destigmatising the issue.
Before you dismiss this article and its clickbait heading, ask yourself what your relationship to porn is.
The recent announcement that a further 3,000 armed police would be deployed on the streets of Britain to prepare for a "not if, but when" terror attack, should also be a call to action for crisis management experts to prepare clients for their worst possible case scenario.
A plea by cancer charities Breast Cancer Now and Prostate Cancer UK to make innovative treatments more widely available on the NHS is not a surprising headline.
They say three's a crowd and sometimes it feels like the phrase was intended for PR and comms professionals who sit in on media interviews.
When I read Saatchi & Saatchi's executive chairman Kevin Roberts' comments on diversity, I was at first shocked, then horrified, then angry and then very, very sad.
I used to be the kind of journalist who grumbled about PRs. Particularly ones who sent irrelevant press releases, rang up 20 times a day (to see if I'd got their irrelevant press releases) and began emails with phrases like "hope you're enjoying the sunshine".
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.
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Finn's sweet wins, mental health initiative, ibtm appoints Davies Tanner and more from PRWeek UK.
A former special adviser to Nick Clegg has been appointed global head of comms at the media rights company MP & Silva.
King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust has appointed Sao Bui-Van as its comms director, taking up his new role next month.
Powerscourt advises on Micro Focus-HPE deal, MSLGroup's US reshuffle, IPG buys Stickyeyes and more from PRWeek UK
NBCUniversal ups Raftery, Hobbs to PrettyGreen, OnGuard hires Aspectus, Fourth Day goes to Berlin and more from PRWeek UK.
APCO hires health chief, Road wins anti-superbug brief, Spreckley opens in Scotland and more from PRWeek UK.
Online platform lending trust VPC hires MHP, European rugby body EPCR appoints UEFA's Martyn Hindley, Driverless racing contest Roborace hires Mind Candy comms chief.
Mountain Warehouse brings consumer in-house, Lewis honoured by CIPR, PHA's pair of wins and more from PRWeek UK.