Communications leads at major companies are overseeing one long political-style campaign in which their brand is the candidate and the electorate is unforgiving.
The airline is clarifying its qualifications for hiring future pilots.
Restaurant workers are dishing on what really goes on in the kitchen.
With the anniversary of George Floyd’s killing approaching, business is being asked to show the receipts for its initial responses to last year’s racial reckoning in the United States.
Read the room, guys.
Recent egregious events in Atlanta are the culmination of centuries of discrimination against Asian-Americans – brands have a responsibility to step up and take action in the same way they did around the Black Lives Matter movement.
The top Trump communications aide stepped down from the firm after a social media scandal, but continued to work with the firm, according to The Guardian.
Is it a real corporate crisis? Or just a fish tale?
Or is this only an opportunity for health-focused brands?
The 2021 PRWeek Awards winners reflect an industry that really stepped up to the plate and demonstrated its effectiveness after the country was poleaxed by COVID-19.
Account Manager / experienced Senior Account Executive Harpswood Shoreditch, London (East)
Head of Hype: PR and Influencers The Fitting Room London (Central), London (Greater)
Account Manager TDC PR LTD London (Greater)
Account Manager Flame PR London (Greater)
Account Director - B2B Tech Flame PR London (Greater)