Designed to "comfortably fit four adults and a bucket of Kentucky Fried Chicken," KFC hopes the internet escape pod is just what consumers need this holiday season.
Rugby pundit Brian Moore has backed the decision to host the 2023 Rugby World Cup in France, in conversation with PRWeek.
H+K adds Jon Wynne-Jones to crisis team, CSM wins global PR brief for Formula E and Profile Pensions picks Publicasity.
Greggs received a wave of publicity - and a boost in sales - this week after a branded advent calendar depicted Jesus as a sausage roll. Was it harmless festive fun or something more sinister? And what does it tell us about 'banter marketing' today?
Greenpeace has launched a Christmas campaign designed to take advantage of what it describes as Coca-Cola's "huge PR push" during the festive season.
Freuds has hired Joe Faul (pictured) from WPP digital agency Wunderman to the new role of head of data and analytics, and brought in Contagious and PepsiCo veteran Arif Haq as a director.
McDonald's has launched its Christmas campaign, which includes a film about a girl saving a carrot for Santa's reindeer, as well as a features hub on Snapchat.
In brief: Redleaf lands financial services win, MHP wins former Bell Pottinger client, wins for Diffusion and Speed
Redleaf lands financial services win, MHP wins former Bell Pottinger client, wins for Diffusion and Speed, and more from PRWeek UK.
The hire will be the automaker's "subject matter expert" when it comes to social media.
Discount retailer TK Maxx has launched its Christmas campaign, which includes a film narrated by actor Bill Nighy and a competition that will see a handful of lucky customers win a snowy Christmas experience.
French holding company Publicis has welcomed the raft of changes announced to the Cannes Lions festival yesterday, while others have given it a more cautious welcome.
Parodies of the John Lewis Christmas campaign are now (nearly) as highly anticipated as the real thing. Here are PRWeek UK's favourite spoofs of the festive season so far...
The cab-hailing app mytaxi has teamed up with St John Ambulance and agency Taylor Herring to launch the Knowledge+, which it says will mean black cabbies can "become London's new emergency responders".
Cannes Lions-owner Ascential has announced a host of changes to next year's festival, including plans to a reduce the length of the event and to "simplify" its awards structure.
Waitrose has launched its Christmas campaign, which includes a heart-warming film about villagers snowed in at a pub that PRWeek's Christmas panel describes as "quintessentially British" with "unexpected humour".
Brian Moore: 'Stop moaning, France deserved to win the 2023 Rugby World Cup bid' - episode 6 of The Line
Episode six of The Line features a one-on-one with England rugby legend Brian Moore, who talks to host Richard Gillis about the sport's bruising relationship with the media, Danny Cipriani and the Beckhams, 'the opinion business' and the rise of the super coach.
As we celebrate Global Entrepreneurship Week this week, it's as good a time as any to reflect on the fact that I've been an entrepreneur for 15 years.
The year 2013 was a lightbulb moment for social content. It all started, innocently, when a blackout unexpectedly stopped play at the US Super Bowl.
This week is Living Wage Week, when businesses large and small across the country raise awareness of their commitments to pay all staff a Living Wage.
Some brands aren't intimidated by having double the space to fill.
'You can influence the world in a day': PRWeek meets the insiders at Outside - PRs to the Stones, the Beckhams and beyond
Legendary showbiz PR Alan Edwards - recently inducted into the PRWeek UK Hall of Fame - has been advising the stars for more than 40 years, but views this as a golden age of PR. Alongside the agency's CEO, Dominic Mohan, he has his sights set firmly on the future.
How many of the 2017 Christmas campaigns - most of which are launching now - opt for some kind of 'higher purpose' and how many simply adopt a merry product or value message?
After three years of studying a PR degree, I finally made it into PR - but do employers know what to expect from the grads they bring in?
PR has evolved hugely over the years, for the better in my opinion, but old habits die hard and when consumers have an incredibly short attention span (I include myself here), there's no time for fluff.
From super-strength, anti-vampire garlic bread, to police wearing nail varnish and 'mummies' marching for better working rights... PRWeek UK chooses its top October campaigns. Vote below for your favourite.
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Bentwood said the Interpublic Group firm wants "serious rocket science" in its analytics approach.
Peregrine wins Killik, Umunna adviser joins Field, Promote wins, and more from PRWeek UK.
Hotwire UK's head of engagement John Brown has decided to leave the business, just days after it was announced he would be taking a more senior role in the firm's US operation.
Jenkins exited her job as Target's EVP and chief communications officer in June.
In brief: Number 10 aide among new names on PRCA Council, Porta adds to board, Zest to handle war charity launch
Number 10 aide on PR Council, Juniper takes WWF advocacy role, Zest to launch war charity, Porta adds to board and more from PRWeek UK.
VCCP Sydney's Michele O'Neill, a former global planning director at Ogilvy & Mather, has been appointed global strategy partner at Edelman UK and Ireland.