PRWeek launched its third annual Middle East Power Book today, featuring the top comms professionals in the region plus their views on current issues affecting the market.
PRWeek and NetBase Quid recently published the results of an exclusive survey that looks deep into where comms pros currently stand on their consumer-intelligence capabilities. Broadly speaking: There is room for improvement for nearly all PR pros and their brands – and that’s where this webcast comes in.
Crises are unavoidable. With the proper plans in place, though, you will be ready for any such scenario and, in turn, minimize the damage, if not avoid entirely. This conversation, presented by NetBase Quid in partnership with PRWeek, will help you start planning now. It will do so by highlighting high-level strategies on approaching crises before, during and after with various analytical tips, best practices and operational recommendations.
Knowing the right issue to champion and the right words to say is more complex than ever. PRWeek shares key takeaways from FleishmanHillard’s 2021 report, The Power of Authenticity.
Four communications leaders convened to discuss the essential role of PR in a post-pandemic world.
Named as the number one Public Affairs Consultancy in PRWeek’s Top 150 UK PR Consultancies 2021, BECG continues to go from strength to strength
Data is liquid gold for most organisations – but how can you get the most out of it? Complete our survey and shape an EMEA wide PR industry report looking at the potential and power of data
The next normal: How can healthcare and pharma comms professionals improve relations with the public in a post-Covid-19 world?
With data about vaccines, clinical trials and medical statistics drawing attention as never before, the pharma sector has a golden opportunity to strengthen ties and build public trust. At a recent virtual roundtable hosted by PRWeek and WE Communications, a panel of comms professionals explored the road ahead
“When people thrive, organisations thrive…” One comms agency’s mission to remain innovative beyond the pandemic
Global-facing but individual-focused, Liberty Communications sees a flourishing comms sector beyond Covid and endless possibilities in a post-Brexit Europe.
How has one agency coped through the pandemic – and what does the future hold, particularly if you’re a healthcare specialist? It must have been busy. HAVAS Just:: CEO Nicole Yost and head of integrated communications and agency culture, Jo Hewitt, explain…
There’s never been a better time for the healthcare industry to tell the world what it stands for, says WE Communications’ Catherine Devaney. But are your senior leaders ready to speak up?