The Auckland-based business is called Stickybeak.
Incisive Health has been acquired by the agency and clinical services group UDG Healthcare for £13.6m ($17.7m), it was announced today.
FTI Consulting has launched an official review into one of its employees misidentifying as a journalist to gain access to a court case involving client Monsanto.
WildKat, the creative PR agency for music and culture, has received 'near seven-figure' investment from Edition Capital.
Healthcare communications group Huntsworth has announced the purchase of two healthcare research and communications businesses in a multi-million-pound double swoop.
She's opening a New York office for the Cincinnati-based agency.
Passion Point Collective is launching with HP among its clients.
Teneo CEO Gordon Tempest-Hay has threatened to close the consultancy's London Bridge office bar after calling out the 'out of hand' behaviour of staff.
Brad Staples, CEO of APCO Worldwide, said the new MENA base would strengthen the company's presence in "this critical region".
He will oversee offices in L.A., the Bay Area and Seattle.
She left MetLife last July.
Weber Shandwick names Will Ludlam U.S. West president; John McAfee's Twitter account goes dark; Reynolds American promotes e-cigarettes on social media; Google's leak control programs revealed; Chinese Communist Party's hit smartphone app.
Thursday is Global Accessibility Awareness Day.
The organization will be comprised of Havas PR offices in North America and the U.K. and Red Agency in Asia-Pacific.
The advertising giant is optimistic about major upcoming events in Japan and sees planned new holding company improving alignment between domestic and international operations.
Langeland will also oversee creative firm Brooklyn Brothers and conflict shop Canvas Blue.
The Body Shop has hired One Green Bean as its retained global communications agency with a remit to drive global PR strategy and creative delivery across more than 60 markets, PRWeek can reveal.
Reports of a management buyout of Finsbury from WPP are "credible" and "very feasible", industry experts have told PRWeek, although sources have cautioned about the imminent likelihood of such a move.
The Precinct brand will be retired July 1.
She is starting a consultancy.
It's becoming more common for prospective clients to ghost PR firms, industry execs say.
The days of fetching coffee for executives is long gone.
Sometimes the final stages of an agency review go way off the rails.
A rundown of the firms that have represented Saudi Arabia's government, according to FARA filings and other documents.
The jobs boom is benefitting digital, measurement, and content specialists much more than other communicators.