Adam Treslove, former head of media relations and public affairs at Tesco Bank, has been appointed head of corporate affairs for the Student Loans Company (SLC).
Freuds is relaunching its healthcare offer as a separate business within the agency family, headed by Julia Bainbridge.
The proliferation of voices across social-media platforms threatens to raise the volume to the level of white noise to the general public. In this environment it takes skill, creativity and an engaging message to make oneself heard.
The counter-terrorism campaign is targeting millions of festival-goers due to fears that big public and outdoor events, such as music festivals, present a 'soft target' for terrorists.
The choice between living and dying is the central theme of a knife-crime campaign aimed at teenagers, to be launched by West Midlands Police next week.
South West London and St George's Mental Health NHS Trust (SWLSTG) is embarking on a major culture change, led by the comms department, to improve the interaction both among and between staff and patients.
A baby in the guise of a fluffy chick is the symbol of a government campaign on the serious business of renewing tax credits that can save families thousands of pounds a year.
Healthcare comms professionals have weighed in on a fresh market-access debate sparked by NHS England CEO Simon Stevens' speech to a national conference.
More than a third (34 per cent) of UK PR consultancy bosses attended fee-paying schools - nearly five times the rate of the general population, a new report on elitism has revealed.
Conservative peer and former Tory minister James O'Shaughnessy has re-joined Portland as a member of the agency's advisory council, PRWeek can reveal.
FirePRO, the organisation for fire and rescue services comms people, is considering a proposal from the PRCA to handle its administration and offer its members more training opportunities.
Claire Pimm, deputy director for campaigns, insight and evaluation at the Prime Minister's Office and Cabinet Office, has been appointed interim director of the 'GREAT Britain' campaign.
Using comms as a weapon against the threat of a terrorist attack is at the heart of new guidance developed by Britain's Security Service and the CIPR.
Luton residents are being asked to turn detective to reduce illegally dumped waste blighting the town's streets, in a 'Wall of Shame' campaign run by the council.
This week we are celebrating the winners of the second Campaigns for Good Awards.
As the NHS faces unprecedented challenges, it's more important than ever to effectively communicate the ongoing modernisation of its tech systems.
Public sector communications - both the PR professionals themselves and the organisations they represent - hold the key to trust in our institutions.
Former Boris Johnson adviser: The shifting tides of modern leadership require authenticity, accountability and humility
Big Ben has been silent for nearly two years, yet technology and society seem to move at the speed of light and the challenges to reputation are almost infinite.
A transgender racing driver who was the guest speaker at the PRCA's LGBTQ+ re-launch event this week made me consider how much people dislike change.
Tell people that you're leaving a perfectly good job to go and be a full-time student and everyone is lovely and positive. They can spot a mid-career crisis a mile off.
The PRCA survey into sexual harassment is sad reading but not surprising, and is borne out by my experience in advising NUJ members in the PR industry and indeed across other sectors of the media.
A long time ago, I remember having sleepless nights worrying about whether I would ever get a job in communications.
A low point in my career was being warned before an evening event that a client I was hosting was "a bit handsy".
While visiting London last week, President Trump made a splash by seeming to suggest that the NHS was of interest to the US as part of a potential post-Brexit trade agreement.
Some people might think it would be reputational suicide for a council to agree to a request from BBC One's Panorama to make a documentary about its difficulties in providing social care.
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The Vatican's former spokesperson has been appointed as director of communications of the IESE Business School.
Former Labour MP and deputy speaker of the House of Commons Natascha Engel has joined campaigns and policy consultancy Public First as a partner to head up the agency's growing specialism in infrastructure and regulation.
Ex-Pagefield creative director and partner Lesley Katon joined the Brexit Party in March this year to help with its European Elections launch.
The board has announced a 19-person committee for the coming year with members from across the UK.
In brief: Unilever appoints agency, Marvel Live! turns to Instinct, national awareness win for PHA, new MD at 10 Yetis
Unilever appoints The Hoxby Collective for digital content role, Scottish Land and Estates poaches head of comms, and more from PRWeek UK.
The London borough of Waltham Forest has appointed Alex Try as its director of communications and culture.
While the profession is becoming more respected, fake news is still a chink in the armour for Middle East communications expert, Brian Lott, the chief communications officer of Mubadala Investment Company.