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Just briefly: Industry people moves

Just briefly: Industry people moves

The latest hires and account wins.

Medical tech company Becton Dickinson hires Sway Effect

Medical tech company Becton Dickinson hires Sway Effect

Jennifer Risi’s firm is working on an integrated internal and external comms program.

'A case of biting the hand that feeds you' - Creative Hits & Misses of the Week

'A case of biting the hand that feeds you' - Creative Hits & Misses of the Week

Julian Obubo, brand strategy director at Manifest, casts his eye over the week's best and worst creative offerings.

Tinder swipes right on JIN

Tinder swipes right on JIN

Digital PR and influencer agency JIN has won a European brief for Tinder, one of a series of new clients.

Madano appoints head of healthcare from MSL

Madano appoints head of healthcare from MSL

Strategic communications and insights consultancy Madano has appointed Katy Compton-Bishop as the new head of healthcare. Compton-Bishop joins from MSL.

You love to see it: Noods, connected underwear, finger lickin' cards and other Valentine's Day campaigns

You love to see it: Noods, connected underwear, finger lickin' cards and other Valentine's Day campaigns

Looking for love, or just some inspiration? Check out PRWeek's campaigns round-up on the most romantic day of the year.

PR in a global crisis: Do’s and don’t’s for the beaten-down travel industry

PR in a global crisis: Do’s and don’t’s for the beaten-down travel industry

The hospitality and tourism industries are some of the worst affected in the crisis – so how should they strategise their communications in this difficult time?

McClatchy enlists FTI Consulting to manage comms around Chapter 11 filing

McClatchy enlists FTI Consulting to manage comms around Chapter 11 filing

McClatchy, the second largest newspaper owner in the U.S., filed for Chapter 11 protection on Thursday.

Facebook wouldn’t have cared about Praytell’s Mr. Peanut video, but TikTok loves it

Facebook wouldn’t have cared about Praytell’s Mr. Peanut video, but TikTok loves it

The agency traded in its Facebook page for a TikTok account and saw instant success poking fun at Planters.