The cloud-based accounting software company is introducing itself in the US.
Lynne Anne Davis, president Asia Pacific at Fleishman Hillard and chair of this year's judging panel at Cannes, speaks to Steve Barrett about why PR is having a good year at Cannes.
Based in Seattle, 468 Communications specializes in communications services and location-based marketing
The former PR adviser to Steve Jobs looks back at her work on behalf of Apple's mercurial leader and forward on how to break the glass ceiling prevalent in Silicon Valley.
Edmond Lococo spent the last five years covering the tech beat in China
The former Burson-Marsteller CEO said Wednesday that he's founding investment advisory firm the Stagwell Group, based in Washington, DC.
Uber for travel? That's what HelloGbye wants to be.
Shazam will not become a client of Pramana following Lewis' departure.
Pramana Collective hires Brendan Lewis; Clinton campaign locks out 'Daily Mail' reporter; Jeb Bush kicks off campaign in English and Spanish.
The leadership transition is taking place as the company faces pressure to boost its revenue.
Dick Costolo is out, and Jack Dorsey is back as CEO - at least on an interim basis. Take our poll below on what changes you think would be best for marketers.
Dorsey maps Twitter's future; What to expect from Hillary Clinton's first major campaign event; Marketers embrace Women's World Cup with digital and video.
Andrew Bowins previously spent four years at MasterCard.
Agency with offices in Singapore, Bangalore and Beijing has contracted a company to find suitable investor
Gleason started in the role last month.
Reddit bans five communities; Hillendale Farms responds to video showing poor chicken treatment; Nevada seeks PR help in four countries; Google to launch urban initiative; Bill to give up paid speeches if Hillary is elected.
DeRitis took on the newly created role of senior director of executive communications at Seagate.
Youth-focused smartphone brand seeks to deepen consumer and stakeholder engagement.
He was the second-highest-ranking marketer at the CPG company behind CMO Keith Weed.
Developers' conferences aren't just for techies. They give marketers a peak at what's coming next.
The pop star cemented her reputation as a mega-star who can use her influence to change minds, not just sell records, by taking on Apple.
Twitter changed everything. But amid trouble growing its revenue base, the platform just isn't as important for PR pros as it used to be.
Research suggests that PR and comms are among the worst industries for offering staff flexible working conditions at the point of hire. Just two per cent of all vacancies in PR, marketing and advertising mentioned flexible working, according to the Timewise Flexible Jobs Index, the first study of its kind, which studied 3.5 million job ads across 122 national jobs boards between July and December 2014 to arrive at its findings.
As HP prepares to split into two separate entities, PR pros back Lucio to create a global positioning and narrative for the newly formed HP Inc.
Notwithstanding a sudden surge in the fortunes of one of the major parties, the general election is likely to result in either a slim Parliamentary majority of the kind not seen since Sir John Major's ill-fated 1992-1997 administration nearly 20 years ago, or a minority government. This in turn presages a radical change in the tactics employed by public affairs agencies to influence the Government's legislative programme. PRWeek speaks to three public affairs professionals to get their insight on the opportunities and challenges presented by the composition of the next government.