October 16th 2021
PRWeek UK Weekly 2021
 
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John Harrington, editor, PRWeek UK

 
This week's top stories...
 
1
The Romans appoints creative director from Weber Shandwick
 
2
Up, down, or stable? Size of government comms teams revealed by official figures
 
3
‘Welcome to Planet Boris’: Public affairs pros react to Johnson's conference speech
 
4
Study shows corporate comms professionals want hybrid working for good
 
5
‘Watching strangers gearing up for a smooch gives me the ick’ - Creative Hits & Misses of the week
 
6
PLMR acquires Midlands agency in seven-figure deal
 
7
Five Campaigns We Liked in September: your winner revealed
 
8
'Lowlight? Receiving a cease and desist from Dave Grohl' – Creative Q&A
 
9
Aitch at Subway, Johnnie Walker, Women's Aid - Campaigns round-up
 
10
Once just a ‘nice to have’, diversity in public sector comms is now here to stay
 
11
Successor body to Public Health England launches latest 'Every Mind Matters' campaign
 
12
PRWeek's round-up of industry hires, departures and promotions.
 
13
Pitch Update: Spike, Raptor PR, Loewe, Bloom, Little Red Rooster and more
 
14
NHS England appoints veteran broadcast journalist to deputy media chief role
 
 
Work in 2071: a creative adventure
Work in 2071: a creative adventure
 
Illustrator and artist David Oku reveals his vibrant vision of fast food, delivery and dining 50 years from now – in a creative challenge with Campaign and HUAWEI MateView
In partnership with
 
Huawei
 
 
 
P R O M O T E D    C O N T E N T
RO-Why? Looking beyond measurement and ROI’

Barnaby Barron, Head of Insights at earned media software and insights services CISION UK, was speaking at PRWeek’s B2B Summit in the session ‘RO-Why? Looking beyond measurement and ROI’. He believes the risks of relying on a single ROI metric are similar to being on autopilot.

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