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.
Mission's recently won brief with major landowner the Grosvenor estate has come to an abrupt end, PRWeek has learned.
Bath Spa University appoints Grayling, Smoking Gun wins Childs Farm, No Brainer picks up Mersey Ferries, and CNC launches crisis simulation tool.
Phumzile van Damme, the national spokeswoman for South Africa's second-biggest political party, has arrived in London where she will appear at the PRCA hearing into the conduct of the agency Bell Pottinger.
Met launches child-safeguarding internal comms campaign in response to criticism from policing watchdog
The Metropolitan Police has launched an internal comms campaign to help officers and staff spot signs of children who are at risk of coming to harm, following a critical report from the policing watchdog last autumn.
Tiki Brand put out a statement this weekend condemning white supremacist marchers who had used its product. It was the second time in three months the company had to disassociate its brand from extremist groups.
Failure to include public relations professionals in cyber security planning risks causing reputational damage to a business, according to a new report.
Low-cost airline easyJet has pledged to increase its number of female trainee pilots from five to 20 per cent by 2020.
WE Communications' EMEA vice president Meredith Lynch is returning to her native US for a new role with the firm, as the agency promotes two London staffers for local practice head position.
Emma Wilkinson has been recruited as the new director of comms for the Premier League, succeeding Dan Johnson.
The agency will develop the company's digital presence.
Eulogy launches non-graduate internship with Instagram applications to buck PR industry's 'obsession with grads'
Independent PR agency Eulogy has launched a paid internship scheme exclusively for people without a university degree - with applicants encouraged to come forward on Instagram.
CME Group, the global derivatives marketplace, has hired Instinctif Partners to a new corporate comms brief.
Etihad Airways has begun a review of its agency relationships around the world as part of a major strategic business review by the Abu Dhabi flag carrier.
Porter Novelli has commissioned a film telling the story of small-scale coffee farming in northern Peru for a recently won international client.
The 33-year IBM veteran is also serving as chairman of the newly created IBM Values and Policy Advisory Board, which recommends policies and principles for the company.
Seven CEOs dropped out of the president's manufacturing council before he disbanded it on Wednesday, along with another board of top executives.
Is PR a youngsters' game? It's a question that plays on my mind - especially since becoming a mum.
This month we look at two companies that, in the eyes of their critics, have failed to take sufficient notice of values commonly held by the public.
The least surprising insight from the British Election Study (BES) was that one in three people mentioned Brexit as the most important issue facing the country at the general election.
ADHD is still a topic of hushed discussion amongst many and there are multiple reasons people are simply happier to avoid the chat than discuss it openly.
There is a problem with the talent supply chain, but parents returning from the 'PR Bermuda Triangle' can be the solution.
After months of rumours and allegations about its work with South Africa's Oakbay Investments, matters have come to a head for Bell Pottinger over recent weeks.
There's a much-laboured impression that journalists don't respect PR agents - that PRs are time wasters whose pitches are unprepared, unfocused and unwanted.
By next April, every organisation with more than 250 employees will have to report details of their gender pay gap.
If you are a regular cinema-goer you are likely to be familiar with the experience of watching a film that is so overloaded with ideas, plot-lines and characters that you leave feeling exhausted.
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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.
Ben Goldsmith, formerly head of PR and content for Balderton Capital and a member of PRWeek's 30 Under 30 for 2017, is launching his own agency.
Cofone's position was cut as part of Huntsworth's plan to consolidate IT, HR, and finance to drive efficiencies across its business.
Paul Taaffe, CEO of Grayling parent Huntsworth, will act as U.S. CEO; Harris plans to set up his own consultancy.
Chipotle PR director Chris Arnold is reporting to Schalow.
Sanders-Hewett leaves Redleaf for Alma, LSBU offers place to Grayling, Bottle bags 2degrees brief and more from PRWeek UK.
Howell James is stepping down as CEO of Huntsworth-owned The Quiller Consultancy to pursue a portfolio career - as the agency shifts gear to become less Conservative and more corporate.