Centre Parcs and the Southbank Centre in London are the latest organisations to say they will no longer advertise in the Daily Mail – with the former issuing an apology for doing so.
In Flack this week: a late, late show at the PRCA, very new logos, and why have flacks and hacks in Ireland’s rugby community not been seeing eye to eye?
Green is the new black but it’s really a new grey. Confused? You should be.
Nearly three quarters of the public incorrectly believe there are no rules or regulations surrounding influencer marketing and almost half think it is damaging for society, according to a new survey.
Reynolds Mackenzie, the OPEN Health group’s specialist PR agency, has appointed former Ogilvy Healthworld UK group chief Matt de Gruchy to the newly created role of CEO.
Porter Novelli to launch a practice focused on ‘purpose’, Matt Cartmell promoted to PRCA deputy director general, Axon targets Brighton, Grayling health wins, and more from PRWeek UK.
Ogilvy PR and other Ogilvy brands will likely disappear in the next couple of months in the UK, although earned media will remain “incredibly important” in the increasingly integrated business, new UK CEO Michael Frohlich has told PRWeek.
Linda Boff, GE CMO and chief learning officer, has taken on the additional responsibility of interim head of communications.
PR agency Speed has appointed Sarah Firth, formerly of TVC and Lexis PR, as its first creative director.
The PRCA has launched its ‘diversity and inclusion guidelines’ report, which calls on the industry to reform working and recruitment practices.