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Rimmel launches social cause campaign to tackle beauty cyberbullying

Rimmel launches social cause campaign to tackle beauty cyberbullying

Makeup brand Rimmel and anti-bullying charity The CyberSmile Foundation have launched a three-year global campaign to combat beauty cyberbullying.

Blackstone MD Andrew Dowler to join Greenbrook

Blackstone MD Andrew Dowler to join Greenbrook

Blackstone MD of external relations Andrew Dowler is joining Greenbrook Communications as a partner.

MPs accuse government of 'hiding' over social media regulation

MPs accuse government of 'hiding' over social media regulation

Senior MPs complain that only three of 42 previously made recommendations have been accepted outright by the government, while four have been rejected.

Making audience heroes: how brands can connect with consumers

Making audience heroes: how brands can connect with consumers

As a marketing director I've lost track of the number of brand rankings and accompanying articles which have told me that disruption and innovation are key to driving growth.

Architect of GREAT campaign pleads for more passion in comms

Architect of GREAT campaign pleads for more passion in comms

Conrad Bird, the man behind the government's most successful international campaign to date, has warned that comms teams need to take a more emotional approach to their campaigns.

Facebook faces further 1m user drop in Europe

Facebook faces further 1m user drop in Europe

It is estimated that the social network already lost three million European users in the second quarter.

Jim Dowling leaves Cake for Apple

Jim Dowling leaves Cake for Apple

Jim Dowling has left his role as MD of Cake after almost 11 years to join Apple, PRWeek has learned.

Philip Morris spoofs Mission Impossible with £2m campaign calling on smokers to quit

Philip Morris spoofs Mission Impossible with £2m campaign calling on smokers to quit

Company announced intention to eventually stop selling cigarettes in the UK at the start of the year.

PR pros click 'like' on Clegg's Facebook gig

PR pros click 'like' on Clegg's Facebook gig

Nick Clegg's appointment as Facebook's head of global affairs has been welcomed by senior comms professionals, despite a backlash from some quarters of the press.

Former Commonwealth Games comms chief and WADA spokesperson launches agency

Former Commonwealth Games comms chief and WADA spokesperson launches agency

Leading global sports communicator Ben Nichols has launched a new, eponymous consultancy.

Government and health comms join forces to fight loneliness

Government and health comms join forces to fight loneliness

The Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport, Public Health England, and the Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs are to develop major campaigns over the coming months to support the Government's strategy on tackling loneliness in England.

In brief: Levi's LFC campaign, FHF LGBT+ partnership, wins for Elevate and Stature

In brief: Levi's LFC campaign, FHF LGBT+ partnership, wins for Elevate and Stature

Fleishman supports LGBT+ platform, Liquid's Levi's LFC campaign, wins for Elevate and Stature, and more from PRWeek UK.

Giffgaff pulls 'traumatising' Halloween ad featuring orphan girl

Giffgaff pulls 'traumatising' Halloween ad featuring orphan girl

Giffgaff has apologised and pulled its Halloween campaign following complaints that its ad about an orphan girl was offensive and traumatising for vulnerable people.

Polansky: Mid-single-digit revenue growth for IPG PR firms in Q3

Polansky: Mid-single-digit revenue growth for IPG PR firms in Q3

Weber Shandwick's CEO said Weber, Golin, and Rogers & Cowan performed particularly well in the quarter.

Nick Clegg appointed Facebook head of global affairs and communications

Nick Clegg appointed Facebook head of global affairs and communications

Facebook has hired former UK Deputy Prime Minister and ex-leader of the Liberal Democrats Nick Clegg as its new VP, global affairs and communications.

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