The firm, which is headquartered in London, also launched an office in Hong Kong last September.
Four weeks ahead of the referendum on the UK's membership of the EU, research shows that despite being generally pro-EU, most PR agencies are advising corporate clients to remain publicly neutral.
With more workers below the threshold, and less financial wiggle room, smaller agencies in secondary markets see new rules as an existential threat.
The Middle East's public relations industry is undergoing a renaissance despite plummeting oil prices, according to new research by the Middle East Public Relations Association (MEPRA).
Hotwire has promoted Matt Cross to the position of MD of UK business.
Cedric Vanhaver has been named head of corporate communications.
The veteran PR consultant returns to the agency as chief development officer.
No senior executives were affected, an MSLGroup representative said.
Durex has launched a global campaign to help couples reignite their intimacy while on holiday.
Kieran Moore has become the holding company's CEO for PR and public affairs in Australia and New Zealand.
PR agency retracts release regarding Huawei's P9 phone launch that called the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge "disappointing".
The duo's winning pitch pictured children as comic book heroes in an effort to reach millennials and drive donations on behalf of the Variety Freedom Program.
Porta Communications saw fee income rise 39 per cent to £26.9m in 2015 - with growth of 14 per cent on an organic basis - although it experienced a slowdown in some project work this year ahead of the EU referendum.
Cofounders Joel Benenson and COO Carl Rossow will continue to lead operations for the firm, which is conducting research and polling for Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign.
Bacardi Group has hired Ogilvy PR for a new Europe-wide consumer PR brief believed to be worth seven figures, following a four-way competitive pitch, PRWeek has learned.
Founder of Strategic Public Relations Group moves on from APAC regional role at the network to become first Asian chair.
Erin Johnson "twisted the facts and distorted the context" of former JWT CEO Gustavo Martinez's behavior, say lawyers.
The agency network said the private equity firm won't be involved in its day-to-day operations, but it will help its growth strategy.
The firm credited her with growing its relationship with Netflix from project-based work to a global account.
It's 10 p.m., and you just answered an email from an executive. Are you entitled to time-and-a-half?
Marketing technology is set to surpass external marketing this year as a CMO's biggest cost, according to Gartner. Yet some say PR pros aren't ready.
New salary regulations proposed by the Obama administration that might go into effect as early as this fall could be a rude awakening for agencies that have long relied on junior staffers doing yeoman's work.
Americans making less than $50,000 a year may soon be entitled to overtime pay. Can the agency model survive the death of "sweatshop culture?"
Agencies and clients haven't seen a drop-off in service from newswires since rapid consolidation in the industry began. Yet they do want release-distribution platforms to evolve more quickly.
Many consumers will shop online, according to a new report, but the majority still plan on shopping at discount and department stores