The former EMEA head of digital at Weber Shandwick has gone public with his new venture Coolr, an internal comms agency that is an official partner of Facebook’s Workplace platform.
Darcy Keller, chief communications and marketing officer at the Financial Times, will leave the publication and return to her hometown of Austin, Texas next year.
Former Daily Mirror journalist Greig Box Turnbull has launched Fortitude Communications in Oxford.
Road wins antibiotic resistance client, Havas makes US purchase, Aspectus cashes in on conference brief and more from PRWeek UK.
Chris Geoghegan, the father of sacked Bell Pottinger partner Victoria Geoghegan, has stepped down from a role at Rentokil after The Times said that he had profited from introducing the agency to its controversial client Oakbay.
Richard Hillgrove, the PR agent who was given a 15-month suspended sentence for tax fraud in 2014, has been served with a bankruptcy petition by HM Revenue and Customs.
KPMG has offered to make millions of pounds worth of charity donations as the boss of its South African business resigned following an internal investigation into its work with Oakbay, the controversial client who has led to the downfall of Bell Pottinger.
Hard Rock hires PRCO for UK brief, new acquisition at Next 15, Lotus wins Teletext Holidays and more from PRWeek UK.
Today is National 4pm Finish Day, according to a marketing campaign created by Red Bull that calls on workers to clock off early. The PR industry has used Twitter to show its support (or not) for the stunt.
FleishmanHillard Fishburn (FHF) has appointed Nick DeLuca and Tim Snowball as senior partner and head of public affairs, respectively.