Coronavirus Coverage

PRWeek Top 150: Pandemic triggers client demand for public affairs while agility is rewarded

PRWeek Top 150: Pandemic triggers client demand for public affairs while agility is rewarded

The acquisition of Cavendish and a strong performance overall propelled BECG from third place last year into pole position in the PRWeek Top 150 public affairs agency ranking.

PRWeek Top 150: Bumpy year as pandemic places spotlight on public sector

PRWeek Top 150: Bumpy year as pandemic places spotlight on public sector

Four Communications continued its dominance and retained poll position, opening an even wider lead against its nearest rivals in PRWeek's public sector rankings.

Beyond the jab: How the Ad Council and others are gauging success in vaccination campaigns

Beyond the jab: How the Ad Council and others are gauging success in vaccination campaigns

The Ad Council has developed a sophisticated set of dashboards to obtain insights on KPIs.

Coronavirus Briefing: Beware the Ides of April

Coronavirus Briefing: Beware the Ides of April

This week’s Haymarket Media Coronavirus Briefing is 2,728 words long and will take you 9 minutes to read.

The Vaccine Project Newsletter: Hitting the wall, and climbing over

The Vaccine Project Newsletter: Hitting the wall, and climbing over

Today’s Vaccine Project Newsletter is 3,181 words long and will take you 10 minutes to read.

Publicis Groupe plots return to the office, with help from Marcel

Publicis Groupe plots return to the office, with help from Marcel

The holding company is reimagining what getting back to work will look like.

'Give Tesco a miss', supermarket urges with campaign promoting pubs

'Give Tesco a miss', supermarket urges with campaign promoting pubs

Tesco’s 'Pop to your local if you can' campaign ran across national newspapers.

'Either help me the f*** out, or make me laugh' - PR creatives on what to expect from brands this summer

'Either help me the f*** out, or make me laugh' - PR creatives on what to expect from brands this summer

As the economy opens, creative comms briefs are becoming bolder and looking for cut-through in what many anticipate will be an 'avalanche of activity'. Finding the right tone while standing out is a big challenge, so PRWeek asks leading creatives what's in store.

Coronavirus Briefing: Controlling the crowds, navigating the landscape, smoothing the way

Coronavirus Briefing: Controlling the crowds, navigating the landscape, smoothing the way

This week’s Haymarket Media Coronavirus Briefing is 2,476 words and will take you nine minutes to read.

The Vaccine Project Newsletter: We can do this, it’s up to … us

The Vaccine Project Newsletter: We can do this, it’s up to … us

This week’s Vaccine Project Newsletter is 3,131 words long and will take you 10 minutes to read.