Back to the South of France, June 20-24.
Purpose, reputation, employee activism, political polarization and a racial reckoning are fueling big spikes in demand for smart communications counsel.
The supplemental insurance company’s out-and-about duck mascot speaks to its brand and to philanthropy — with one voice.
Celebrating the purposeful work that is taking communications to the next level.
The EVP sits down to discuss the B Corporation, from its presence in the U.S. to what the future holds while continuing to navigate a COVID-pressured world.
The founder and CEO talks about Egami’s new partnership with Zeno and how it can supercharge the agency’s development.
Brod discusses how to actually measure the value of PR, working with influencers, hybrid working models and more.
Zeno’s strategic investment strengthens its multicultural comms, while providing Egami capital to grow its business.
Ayodele co-launched Hold the PRess last year to push agencies to increase transparency about staff diversity.
Swipe Night will be a mystery-solving adventure.
PRWeek editorial director Steve Barrett interviewed PR Lions jury president and Weber Shandwick CEO Gail Heimann about this year's award-winning work in the PR Lions.
Awards jurors love campaigns that drive social purpose yet consumers don’t always feel the same. That's according to research from System 1, which compared Cannes Lions winners against other ads.
The Russian agency’s lead creative explains how his team produced one of the most impactful PR Lions Gold-winning campaigns at the recent Cannes festival.
According to the Cannes Lions state of creativity report, brands and creatives feel the pressure to perform.
WPP's PR division reported like-for-like revenue growth of 12.9 per cent in the second quarter of 2021 versus the same period last year, with double-digit growth in all parts of the PR business on a like-for-like basis.