One in five UK firms cut PR budget in last quarter, finds IPA

A fifth of the UK's largest firms cut their PR budgets in Q3 but marketing budgets as a whole rose, although these were buoyed by internet marketing investment, the IPA Bellwether report has found.

by Sam Burne James

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