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Pride in PR: Genuine allyship is required more than ever
The LGBTQ+ community is under fire like never before and brands must be prepared to play the long game and demonstrate authentic values if they are serious about being supportive.
Disinformation is the new pandemic
Pfizer’s comms chief Sally Susman addressed the Project Veritas sting and other big issues for PR professionals as part of PRWeek’s first live podcast, in conversation with Richard Edelman.
Global Awards winners reflect increasing industry impact
As the milestone of a decade of PRWeek Global Awards winners is reached, the quality of work honored bodes well for an industry at the top of its game across the whole world.
Agency Business Report 2023: Editor's letter
Another year of double-digit growth proves PR is being taken seriously at the highest echelons of organizational management.
Remembering a top one percenter in financial communications
This week’s tribute event for David Wells highlighted his contribution to the closely knit tribe of PR professionals operating in the finance space.
9 trends to look out for in the Agency Business Report
PRWeek’s annual deep dive into the PR agency sector is almost finished and will once again be the ultimate bellwether of the industry — here is a preview of some big trends emerging from conversations with 46 agencies.
How to balance red-blooded capitalism with purposeful business
As emotions run high amid layoffs and economic uncertainty, business leaders are moderating their messaging around ESG and sustainability while staying true to their missions.
Common themes define PRWeek’s Women of Distinction
Women bring so many strengths to the table in leading a profession that has never been more crucial to the future of business, brands and organizations.
Celebrations of excellence and impact
From the Nasdaq stock exchange in Times Square down to Cipriani on Wall Street, PRWeek this week toasted a profession at the top of its game in high-profile fashion.
Gender pay gap closing, but not fast enough
PRWeek’s latest research shines a bright light on all aspects of salaries in the PR industry, but especially progress on closing one of the most egregious elements of pay.
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