Publicis Groupe names Isobel Kerr-Newell, formerly head of PR and social for Saatchi & Saatchi New Zealand, as MSL's MD in the market.
Boeing’s vice-president of international communications, Charlie Miller, has retired after nearly two decades with the aerospace company. The global comms function has been restructured with international comms under the leadership of Gordon Johndroe following the departure of SVP of comms Niel Golightly.
Boone is VP of talent for DLH Holdings. From 2014 to 2018, she served as VP of human resources at Haymarket Media.
Jennifer Scardino, head of global communications at Santander, is stepping down at the end of 2020 after a decade at the banking group.
The GE and Pearson veteran replaces Jennifer Cohan as leader of the agency’s biggest office.
The company blamed declining pass-through revenue for the dip.
Lane has worked at the company since 2012.
The two businesses will operate under a combined H+K branding.
Hyatt also hired Maverick Creative and Gagen MacDonald.
The recently merged WPP alliance of Finsbury, The Glover Park Group and Hering Schuppener has topped the new Mergermarket table that ranks PR agencies by the value of M&A deals they handled globally in the first half of 2020.
Social network believes scam to be 'coordinated social-engineering attack' that targeted employees who had administrative access.
SEC Newgate is taking its first steps into North America via a new joint venture with US agency Bellwether Strategies.
Portland is restructuring most of its global business under a single P&L, with a new MD appointed for the combined operation and the announcement of several senior departures, PRWeek has learned.
Powerscourt is handling PR for Amber Heard in her high-profile court battle with Johnny Depp, which begins today, PRWeek has learned.
As he stepped down, Golightly told staff that he disowned the comments years ago. CFO Greg Smith is replacing him in the interim.
The partnership comes after the chain said it would use the account to “amplify Black voices,” but some social media users thought the promise was disingenuous.
Tech companies say the ban cuts down the talent they can bring to the workforce.
The pizza chain says it is ‘shocked’ at the outrage over an eight-year-old tweet.
Dentsu agency 360i has also encouraged clients to pause spend on Facebook in response to its handling of hate speech.
The former H+K APAC chairman starts a firm to counsel organisation leaders.
‘One of the biggest change management moments we’ve ever experienced’: How agencies are helping clients navigate re-entry
Businesses are playing it safe in bringing employees back to the office.
“We were facing our toughest crisis ever and working harder than ever with a margin for error smaller than ever – and having all that complicated by none of us being in the same place,” says CCO Josh Earnest.
Trade bodies are helping members get ready to reopen while keeping employees and customers safe.
Consumers are really letting brands know just how hard it is to find a roll.
Execs share their tips for communicating with staff about COVID-19 and WFH issues.
Having arrived at Unilever as an “outsider,” Garcia shares how purpose is leading the charge to action during the pandemic and toward fighting social injustice.
The marketing vet and Ferrero North America CEO discusses what he expects from his agencies and PR partners, as well as his company’s plans for U.S. growth.
Davis wants to help people see the ability of her athletes.
Since launching in 2017, the healthcare startup has been making waves with its innovative style and simple, impactful messaging
Avocados From Mexico targets older people in its new marketing.