Nia Evans, vice president and general manager of PAN Communications UK, casts her critical eye over creative offerings from the past seven days.
As Brexit becomes a reality, with a government in disarray and a Conservative leadership contest that has seen prime ministerial candidates battling it out over immigration, climate change and the cost-of-living crisis – EU healthcare policy hardly seems relevant in the UK anymore.
At the risk of making an understatement: there’s been a fair amount of political upheaval over recent years. Take me back to the time when Ed Miliband eating a bacon sandwich gripped us political types for days…
Phoebe Russell, brand director at Rise at Seven, casts her critical eye over creative offerings from the past seven days.
With rising prices and increasing economic pressures across the board, achieving cut-through with sustainability messages has never been so challenging.
PRWeek Beyond the Noise podcast: British Airways' comms and sustainability challenges, plus Top & Flop
Following the hottest temperatures in UK history, we hear from the British Airways director of sustainability and we also find out who is the most recent 'Top' and 'Flop'.
Shut the doors, turn the lights off and let’s all go home. PR has been completed, the secret sauce has been found, the code’s been cracked.
Twitter’s decision to force a $44bn buyout in court runs high risks for both parties — a public courtroom spat won’t benefit Musk or Twitter’s reputation.
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 Emily Gosen, senior creative at Ketchum.
Grayling creative Alice McRoe casts her critical eye over creative offerings from the past seven days.
So I am just going to say it... we all have one, or at least we certainly all did have one.
Away from the Conservative Party crisis this week, we were treated to the latest episode in the long-running soap opera that is Uber Inc, following the breathless launch of the ‘Uber Files’. Can it rebuild its reputation?
Post-pandemic, the industry’s talent shortage has got a whole lot worse. Agency heads are looking at every kind of workaround. But there’s an approach to talent acquisition that’s growing in popularity.
With almost 500 votes cast, find out the winner from PRWeek’s selection of the best PR and comms campaigns in June.
The contest for leadership of the Conservative Party is on, and the field is unusually crowded. So how are their campaigns going?
Google News turned 20 on 22 June. In its celebratory blog post charting its history, it revealed that each month people click through from Google Search and Google News to publishers’ websites more than 24 billion times every month.
When Dame Lesley Regan was named England’s first women’s health ambassador with the aim of closing the gender health gap, it was a not-so-tacit acknowledgement that women’s health outcomes are worse than men’s.
As a journalist for 10 years I’ve read some brilliant pitches, but often I rarely made it past the opening line. The difference between fine media dining and a PR dog’s dinner can be subtle, so these tips should help to ensure our story soufflés always rise to the top of a journalist's news list.
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 Ketchum creative director Lipe Faria.
Two-and-a-half years ago, everyone experienced lockdown, a dimension of suspended life.
From ‘helmet hair' to World Cup qualifying, PRWeek rounds up its five favourite campaigns from June 2022. Vote below for your favourite – the poll closes at 9am on 13 July.
Grayling creative director Andy Garner picks out the campaigns that caught his eye over the past seven days.
It’s more tempting than ever for brands to keep their heads below the parapet. In an era when every tweet, post and article is immortalised online, many brands have decided to uphold their reputations simply by staying silent on critical ESG issues.
Following my cancer diagnosis, everyone said: ‘Be kind to yourself.’ It’s a strange concept – as if you need a chronic condition before having permission to look after yourself.
There is a rampant identity crisis running riot in our industry at the moment, and not only are we letting it happen, we are complicit.
Ask 100 people what thought leadership is and you’ll probably get 100 definitions.
As the last glug of overpriced rosé is drained and the marquees are packed away, the PR industry is once again left licking its wounds as it departs virtually lionless from its ‘own’ category.
Laura Oliphant, founder and MD of Stand, casts her critical eye over creative offerings from the past seven days.
Since the start of the pandemic, PR professionals have found their seat at the top table firmly cemented.
Under pressure and often swamped with work, PR pros do make mistakes, just like any other humans. Unfortunately, in a digital age those mistakes can be made very public, especially if the mishap is to have a run-in with a journalist.
It's no longer a novelty or a reason to feature a company because a woman is in charge.