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Carlsberg to bring dead founder 'back to life' to mark 170th birthday

Carlsberg to bring dead founder 'back to life' to mark 170th birthday

Carlsberg Group is hosting a week of events in its home city of Copenhagen to mark the anniversary of its 1847 founding by JC Jacobsen.

In brief: Dental group fills comms role, wins for WPR, PHA and Cow, Acceleris bags ex-Costcutter PR man

Dental group fills comms vacancy, WPR wins b2b work, Acceleris bags ex-Costcutter PR man and more from PRWeek UK.

Guardian's Katie Martin to lead campaigns and public affairs at Citizens Advice

Guardian's Katie Martin to lead campaigns and public affairs at Citizens Advice

The charity Citizens Advice has appointed Katie Martin, currently of Guardian News and Media (GNM), as its new head of news, public affairs and campaigns.

'No MP should work as a lobbyist': PRCA and APPC say rules must be tightened

'No MP should work as a lobbyist': PRCA and APPC say rules must be tightened

The Parliamentary Commissioner for Standards should tighten the code of conduct governing MPs to ensure that Barry Sheerman is both the first and last member to register as a consultant lobbyist.

Octopus takes over from Hotwire on fintech client Currencycloud

Octopus takes over from Hotwire on fintech client Currencycloud

Octopus Group has begun work on a new international brief for Currencycloud, a UK fintech brand that previously worked with Hotwire.

'Authenticity crisis' for influencer marketing as poor partnerships backfire

'Authenticity crisis' for influencer marketing as poor partnerships backfire

A lack of trust in influencer marketing has sparked an "authenticity crisis" with much work ineffective or even counter-productive, according to a new report by PR firm Splendid Communications.

Trending on and off the turf: how Premier League players are boosting their social media reach

Trending on and off the turf: how Premier League players are boosting their social media reach

The top ten player influencers in the Premier League, ranked by We Are Social.

Audi joins Adidas and BBC to refute claims it worked with 'follower-buying' website

Audi joins Adidas and BBC to refute claims it worked with 'follower-buying' website

Audi is the latest major organisation to reject claims that it is a client of a UK-based business that lets influencers buy followers and 'engagement' on social media.

Four Rain takes over Grosvenor brief following eviction of Mission

Four Rain takes over Grosvenor brief following eviction of Mission

Mission's recently won brief with major landowner the Grosvenor estate has come to an abrupt end, PRWeek has learned.

Royal Caribbean on booking Bonnie Tyler for eclipse: 'We knew if we didn't get her, somebody else would'

Royal Caribbean on booking Bonnie Tyler for eclipse: 'We knew if we didn't get her, somebody else would'

The inside story of how the Total Eclipse Cruise came about.

Sanofi adds WPP to creative roster in agency review

Sanofi adds WPP to creative roster in agency review

Fleming leaves Labour PR team as Ovenden departs party for M&C Saatchi counter-terror role

Fleming leaves Labour PR team as Ovenden departs party for M&C Saatchi counter-terror role

Labour is losing lobby press officer Paul Ovenden, as acting head of press and broadcasting Neil Fleming moves to another role in the party.

In brief: Bath Spa Uni hires Grayling, wins for No Brainer and Smoking Gun

In brief: Bath Spa Uni hires Grayling, wins for No Brainer and Smoking Gun

Bath Spa University appoints Grayling, Smoking Gun wins Childs Farm, No Brainer picks up Mersey Ferries, and CNC launches crisis simulation tool.

Who is winning the Premier League on social media?

Who is winning the Premier League on social media?

These are the football clubs scoring the best engagement rates across Twitter and Facebook, according to We Are Social.

Public Health England puts consumer account held by Freuds out to GCS roster

Public Health England puts consumer account held by Freuds out to GCS roster

Freud Communications faces a competitive pitch against other firms on the Government's Campaign Solutions roster to retain its long-held and prized comms brief with Public Health England.

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