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It won't be 'PR's moment' if we keep looking cheap - talking creativity with The Romans' Joe Mackay-Sinclair

It won't be 'PR's moment' if we keep looking cheap - talking creativity with The Romans' Joe Mackay-Sinclair

In our third interview with a leading UK PR creative, PRCA Creative Group chair Nick Woods meets Joe Mackay-Sinclair (pictured), creative director and co-founder of The Romans.

From PR pro to working mum: reflections on the maternity leave experience

From PR pro to working mum: reflections on the maternity leave experience

Holly Pither, associate director at Bottle and new mother, has spoken to PRWeek about her experience of maternity leave, returning to her agency early and what the industry should be doing to support women.

Profile: 'Don't call us the taxman' says HMRC comms director Poli Stuart-Lacey

Profile: 'Don't call us the taxman' says HMRC comms director Poli Stuart-Lacey

Poli Stuart-Lacey, the director of communications at HMRC, is on a mission to consign the stuffy 'taxman' image of the institution to the history books and reposition it as a vibrant, diverse and fair organisation in the eyes of the public.

'PR is on fire, in a good way': Michael Frohlich on the new Ogilvy and why he had to learn a 'massive' amount

'PR is on fire, in a good way': Michael Frohlich on the new Ogilvy and why he had to learn a 'massive' amount

As Ogilvy UK abandons its silos in favour of an integrated approach, CEO Michael Frohlich tells PRWeek about the challenges of managing massive change while getting to grips with the top job.

'We're working with someone who knows PR very well' - inside Virgin Management's comms operation

'We're working with someone who knows PR very well' - inside Virgin Management's comms operation

The comms team at Virgin Management, the branding and licensing organisation for Sir Richard Branson's various business interests, spoke to PRWeek about Branson's influence on comms, prioritising quality over quantity and highlighting social issues.

PRWeek and WIPR Mentoring Scheme: How it helped last year's crop

PRWeek and WIPR Mentoring Scheme: How it helped last year's crop

PRWeek and Women in PR (WIPR) have again teamed up to launch the Mentoring Scheme. We talk to some of last year's mentees to find out how it has benefited them and their careers.

29 PR pros who have gone places since being in the PRWeek 30 Under 30

29 PR pros who have gone places since being in the PRWeek 30 Under 30

The PRWeek 30 Under 30 has been highlighting the industry's stars of the future since 2006. Now it's the future - so what have the previous entrants been up to?

If your answer to any youth or BME brief is 'Stormzy' then you know you've got a problem...

If your answer to any youth or BME brief is 'Stormzy' then you know you've got a problem...

If the PR industry wants to be more creative and win bigger briefs, it needs to attract talent from more diverse backgrounds and make brainstorms less 'shouty', agreed bosses at the PR Cannes Fringe.

PRWeek 30 Under 30 2018: The can-do generation

PRWeek 30 Under 30 2018: The can-do generation

The 30 Under 30 for 2018 are overwhelmingly positive about the industry, their futures and their jobs, despite having to fight a certain amount of stereotyping.

Meet PRWeek's 30 Under 30 2018

Meet PRWeek's 30 Under 30 2018

Who are PRWeek's 30 Under 30 for 2018, what are their passions and what makes them tick? We take a closer look.