Unless you’re REM between 1982 and 1992, perfection isn’t easy to come by. It’s something to consider in relation to PRWeek UK’s annual Pay Gaps Project, which is a useful barometer of the industry’s DE&I progress.The Information
PRWeek canvasses senior public affairs figures on their perspectives and predictions around this year’s political party conferences. Today we speak to David Boot, head of public affairs at the National Oceanography Centre and chair of the CIPR Public Affairs Group.
Dan Whitney, managing director of the marketing innovation team, Europe, and global creative services lead at Allison, casts his critical eye over creative releases from the past seven days. It’s all ‘hits’ this week (no misses).
In less than a year you’ll have to answer a question: who looks best in front of No. 10 Downing Street?
PRWeek canvasses senior public affairs figures on their perspectives and predictions around this year's political party conferences. Today we speak to Nick Williams, group managing director of corporate and public affairs at BCW.
PRWeek canvasses senior public affairs figures on their perspectives and predictions around this year’s political party conferences. Today we speak to Heather Vernon, founding partner at Woburn Partners.
PRWeek grills creative comms figures on how they got where they are, their career highlight, solving creative writer’s block, and more. Today we speak to Mike Chivers, creative director at The PHA Group.
Matt Bates, senior manager at Golin, selects three PR and comms pet hates he would banish to Room 101 and kick out of the industry altogether.
PRWeek canvasses senior public affairs figures on their perspectives and predictions around this year’s political party conferences. Today we speak to Craig Beaumont, chief of external affairs at the Federation of Small Businesses.
With Lachlan Murdoch now anointed as the heir to the Murdoch empire, real life appears less dramatic than TV.
From the editor-in-chief: Rugby World Cup exposes massive challenges for the sport, in England and globally
Just over a week ago, as the tournament got underway, I wrote a provocative opinion piece in a national newspaper with the headline ‘The Rugby World Cup is on – why don’t people care?’
Late client payments have become a serious concern for many PR agencies.The Information
Recent weeks haven’t been the easiest for proponents of corporate ESG.The Information
Recent months have, in general, been the most challenging for comms agencies since the depths of the COVID-19 crisis. But consumer PR has, arguably, had it more difficult than most.The Information
As we reach the halfway point of 2023, who has shone brightest for their communications to date?The Information
In a slight shift away from the trend of big prizes for social purpose campaigns in recent years, 2023’s winner was a non-purpose campaign – but still by an ad agency.
Big themes and stories in comms from the past week or so are put under the microscope in the latest edition of Noise in Brief, PRWeek UK’s bite-sized podcast.
For PR, is the rapid rise of generative AI more of a threat than an opportunity?The Information
As in-house corporate affairs and comms roles expand, so have the demands on agencies.The Information
I don’t like late September. Signs that the warm days are behind us, and the dreary inevitability that the UK’s drawn-out autumn and winter lie ahead, leave me melancholy.The Information
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