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From the editor-in-chief: Smart, creative, effective - the future of the PR industry

From the editor-in-chief: Smart, creative, effective - the future of the PR industry

The theme of this (summer) instalment of PRWeek is youth and optimism. Built around our annual 30 Under 30 project, we also draw on 'graduates' from recent years' schemes to give their views on the big issues facing the comms business.

The PR Show: How did PR's creativity really measure up at Cannes?

The PR Show: How did PR's creativity really measure up at Cannes?

The Cannes Lions Festival of Creativity could potentially ditch categories because "everybody is eating each other's lunch" and PR agencies need to consider how they are showing up, according to panellists on a special creativity episode of The PR Show.

Burger King, Greggs, Nike, Gillette: PR creative bosses on their best (and worst) campaigns of the past year

Burger King, Greggs, Nike, Gillette: PR creative bosses on their best (and worst) campaigns of the past year

PRWeek editor-in-chief Danny Rogers, James Herring of Taylor Herring and Warren Johnson of W gathered other luminaries of the UK independent PR scene for the second Cannes PR Fringe event, discussing what really good work looks like in 2019.

'It's time we called out buzzworthy marketing dressed up as purpose': PRWeek @ Cannes on 'woke-washing'

'It's time we called out buzzworthy marketing dressed up as purpose': PRWeek @ Cannes on 'woke-washing'

PRWeek's Danny Rogers, James Herring of Taylor Herring and Warren Johnson of W gathered other luminaries of the UK independent PR scene for the second Cannes PR Fringe event, discussing the authenticity behind cause-led brand campaigns.

'PR should at least be the wildcard on ad pitches,' says PR boss: PRWeek @ Cannes on integration

'PR should at least be the wildcard on ad pitches,' says PR boss: PRWeek @ Cannes on integration

PRWeek editor-in-chief Danny Rogers, James Herring of Taylor Herring and Warren Johnson of W gathered other luminaries of the UK independent PR scene for the second Cannes PR Fringe event, discussing integration.

PRWeek's verdict on Cannes winners

PRWeek's verdict on Cannes winners

PRWeek outlines some of the most noteworthy work from Cannes and assesses it in terms of creativity, effectiveness and PR value.

Five Cannes Lions Campaigns We Liked: your winner revealed

Five Cannes Lions Campaigns We Liked: your winner revealed

PRWeek UK's pick of the best PR and comms campaigns from Cannes Lions ended up with nearly 700 votes in total. Find out the winner below...

The PR Week: 6.28.2019: Campaign US' Lindsay Stein and Oliver McAteer

The PR Week: 6.28.2019: Campaign US' Lindsay Stein and Oliver McAteer

The staff of PRWeek US' sister publication, Campaign US, joins the podcast to chat all things Cannes.

Spare us the spin: You can't promote a 'smoke free future' in Cannes while selling cancer to Indonesia

Spare us the spin: You can't promote a 'smoke free future' in Cannes while selling cancer to Indonesia

Philip Morris International's crusade for a 'smoke free world' and Facebook's promise to better protect user privacy are a classic case of corporate double-speak. In many cases, brands that undermine their social purpose are better off not pretending to have one at all.

Carole Cadwalladr: Cambridge Analytica at Cannes? That's gaslighting

Carole Cadwalladr: Cambridge Analytica at Cannes? That's gaslighting

The Observer reporter who revealed how Facebook can be misused to disrupt elections talks to Campaign about whether the ex-Cambridge Analytica CEO should be given a platform and her role in a Netflix documentary.