The native of Dublin and CEO of the world’s third-largest agency sat down with PRWeek in New York to discuss his two years at the helm of FleishmanHillard.
Carlsberg is rolling out its Danish re-positioning globally after appointing Fold7 to its global account.
Duan Evans, international creative director for AKQA, resigned from the agency following an internal investigation triggered by parent company WPP’s independent whistleblower hotline.
Plus: Huntsworth is bullish about its 2017 performance, and Russian President Vladimir Putin is bullish on Donald Trump.
Weber Shandwick has handed more senior roles to Jonas Palmqvist and Rachel Friend (pictured) as EMEA control of the agency prepares to pass from Colin Byrne to Tim Sutton on 1 January.
Ford, Oath, and Mindshare have been running a branded content campaign based on a study of the brain’s performance under high-pressure conditions.
All PR agencies say they’re pro-diversity within their ranks. Is it time for them to take their advocacy a step further and publish demographic and gender data about their workforces? Take our poll below.
Democrats are having a much better Wednesday morning than many Republicans, especially those who waited up for Roy Moore’s concession that never came.
The organization wants agencies, corporations, and industry groups to make public statistics about the makeup of their workforces.
APCO’s founder and executive chairman contended the agency’s work on behalf of the country had nothing to do with Egypt’s reported crackdown on LGBT citizens.