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Edelman and Weber shortlisted at Cannes for Adobe, Samsung and IFAD work

Edelman and Weber shortlisted at Cannes for Adobe, Samsung and IFAD work

Aside from the PR Lions, six other shortlists have been published at Cannes today and there is a place for comms agencies on three of them.

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Weber Shandwick campaign bags Mobile Lion as other PR firms win recognition

Weber Shandwick campaign bags Mobile Lion as other PR firms win recognition

Weber Shandwick won a Lion in a non-PR category at Cannes last night, being credited with idea creation for a campaign for educational app Studytracks.

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Comms outreach efforts pass the test for Interpace

Comms outreach efforts pass the test for Interpace

A combination of traditional and modern comms tactics help molecular diagnostic testing company Interpace craft messages that resonate with all key audiences

Which PR agencies are named on the 2018 PR Lions shortlist?

Which PR agencies are named on the 2018 PR Lions shortlist?

FleishmanHillard, Weber Shandwick and Edelman are among the PR agencies credited for devising campaigns that have been shortlisted in the PR Lions at Cannes.

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MSL acquires French public affairs firm

MSL acquires French public affairs firm

MSL has acquired French public affairs firm Domaines Publics, and is integrating the business into its PR unit.

Key takeaways from this year's 2018 Hall of Femme event

Key takeaways from this year's 2018 Hall of Femme event

PRWeek contributor Mykala Healy catches up with members of the 2018 Hall of Femme for their thoughts on the awards and being a woman in PR.

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WPP's Read: We're focusing on collaboration, rather than 'collapsing' agency brands and restructuring

WPP's Read: We're focusing on collaboration, rather than 'collapsing' agency brands and restructuring

Mark Read has warned against "collapsing" too many WPP agency brands and said driving greater collaboration is more important than a "major restructuring."

Breakfast Briefing: 5 things for PR pros to know on Tuesday morning

Breakfast Briefing: 5 things for PR pros to know on Tuesday morning

The latest PR news from Cannes. Plus: Brands speak out against border separation policy.

Video: At the heart of innovation - The Bayer-hosted Healthcare Roundtable

Video: At the heart of innovation - The Bayer-hosted Healthcare Roundtable

Chris Loder, VP of external comms at Bayer, discusses how unique partnerships enable the pharma sector to take innovation to new heights

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It's high time PR learned to 'speak Muslim'

It's high time PR learned to 'speak Muslim'

When Liverpool superstar Mohamed Salah, a devout Muslim, was substituted with a suspected knock during the Champions League semi-final win against Manchester City, it wasn't long before a meme was running wild in social space.

Cision brings on McGrath/Power as PR AOR

Cision brings on McGrath/Power as PR AOR

The incumbent on the account was Blanc & Otus.

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Consumers look to brands to solve privacy concerns, says Edelman study

Consumers look to brands to solve privacy concerns, says Edelman study

But that could change if consumers see companies as complicit in data abuse.

Cision launches Social Influencer Discovery tool

Cision launches Social Influencer Discovery tool

The new feature is part of the Cision Communications Cloud.

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Breakfast Briefing: 5 (mostly Cannes) things for PR pros to know on Monday morning

Breakfast Briefing: 5 (mostly Cannes) things for PR pros to know on Monday morning

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