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Are the Meta-owned platform’s changes driving you away?
This year's diverse group of 40 Under 40 honorees lead by example in both expertly addressing the evolving challenges of modern-day PR while also giving back.
This week’s news that former Weber Shandwick COO Frank Okunak embezzled over $16 million from Interpublic Group’s largest PR firm came as a shock to most people in the industry.
This week’s holding company financials provided valuable insight into the likely impact of a recession on the PR economy and suggested the sector is continuing on a growth trajectory even in these troubled times.
There can only be one winner.
Everyone is used to brands roasting each other on Twitter. But the CoTweets feature may unite some.
PRWeek’s new initiative in partnership with Google revolves around a Changemakers Advisory Council of in-house comms leaders that will identify firms that are walking the walk rather than just talking the talk.
Every company will need to engage employees on the new rules surrounding abortion given the fundamental link between healthcare and employment in the U.S.
BAE Systems Maritime and Land, United Kingdom
Carter Ferris, London (Central), London (Greater)
Information Commissioner's Office, Wilmslow, Cheshire and London (Central)
Carter Ferris, London (West), London (Greater)
Crown Prosecution Service, London (Central), London (Greater)