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'There is enough business to go around' - POP communications on UAE's competitive PR landscape.

'There is enough business to go around' - POP communications on UAE's competitive PR landscape.

Zainab Imichi Alhassan and Sarah Curtis - co-founders of POP Communications - say while budgets are shrinking, the UAE offers plenty of opportunities for established brands and start-ups

'My goal is to keep nurturing talent in the region' - Edelman's Middle East CEO

'My goal is to keep nurturing talent in the region' - Edelman's Middle East CEO

The PR firm Edelman is marking ten years in the region and its Middle East CEO Omar Qirem has big ambitions for the business.

'It's great to have an impartial sounding board' - Mentoring Scheme 2019 matches revealed

'It's great to have an impartial sounding board' - Mentoring Scheme 2019 matches revealed

The Mentoring Scheme from PRWeek UK and Women in PR - which aims to empower women to climb the PR ladder - is back for its sixth year.

Milkshake brings all the noise to Farage

Milkshake brings all the noise to Farage

British politics has been milkshaken to its core this week. While we should be talking about tomorrow's European elections, discussion - earlier this week, at least - was dominated by what is apparently being called the Milkshake Spring.

Public sector comms is sitting on a gold mine of talent, if only it would offer more flexible roles

Public sector comms is sitting on a gold mine of talent, if only it would offer more flexible roles

It's been some time since flexible working of some description has been available in Britain, but it's still not the norm.

Former Number 10 press chief takes top comms role at government department

Former Number 10 press chief takes top comms role at government department

The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has appointed former Number 10 press chief and agency public affairs director Craig Woodhouse as its new director of communications.

Teneo boss threatens to shut office bar and slams staff for acting like 'clubbing teens'

Teneo boss threatens to shut office bar and slams staff for acting like 'clubbing teens'

Teneo CEO Gordon Tempest-Hay has threatened to close the consultancy's London Bridge office bar after calling out the 'out of hand' behaviour of staff.

The CEO's most powerful asset is knowing how to communicate

The CEO's most powerful asset is knowing how to communicate

The world of the CEO is a world of competing priorities: clients must be kept happy, new work must be won, and employees attracted and retained.

Flack on Friday: The best CV in PR, How an agency 'made' Aussie PM, people's vote for May's holiday, blood for beer

Flack on Friday: The best CV in PR, How an agency 'made' Aussie PM, people's vote for May's holiday, blood for beer

In Flack this week... Frank receives CV that's front-page news, Aldi and Lidl duke it out over a #SquareSausageGate and one football club channels Fyre Festival in brilliant kit launch.

Time for change: Tackling PR's mental health problem

Time for change: Tackling PR's mental health problem

Mental health is a major issue in the PR and communications industry. PRWeek is working with industry leaders and experts on practical solutions to help improve the mental wellbeing of workplaces. Here is a summary of mental health in PR, what the industry is doing and who you should know.