According to a study published by the University of Sussex, around just six minutes a day of reading is enough to decrease stress and anxiety levels. Brought on by the fast pace of modern life, and exacerbated through mobile phones, laptops and screens encroaching on what should be relaxing environments in the home, stress can be alleviated by taking one’s mind elsewhere.
Earlier in July, the NHS celebrated its 70th birthday. Launched by then-health secretary under Clement Attlee’s Labour government, Anuerin Bevan, at Manchester’s Park Hospital, the first day of the NHS set the precedent for the 20th century and beyond - first class healthcare, free to all at the point of use.
In continuing its global expansion and commitment to delivering excellence in public relations across all regions, the PRCA MENA has announced that Mohammed El Batta MPRCA, managing director of Fekra Communications, has been appointed the association’s chairman in Egypt.
Last night, football fans around the world enjoyed a stimulating World Cup 2018 final between France and Croatia. Emerging victorious after a six-goal strong match, France lifted the trophy at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow, the second time for the European nation.
A key factor that differentiates the public relations and communications industry is its regionality. Where some industries are defined by their location or exist only in certain parts of the UK, communications is unique in its regional, varied yet integrated approach. The PRCA’s annual DARE Awards, which take place each year between May and August, seek to recognise and reward excellence in public relations from around the UK.
Widely regarded as an idyllic region of social provision, economic balance and environmental sustainability, the countries of Scandinavia are hard to beat in terms of citizen happiness. Now Sweden, a country recognised as much for its innovation as for its islands, has been ranked top of Reputation Institute’s Country RepTrak® 2018 list.
Fresh from a week at Cannes Lions, the transformative and refreshing partnerships on display are still sinking in. The 65th Festival of Creativity, while showcasing the more obvious public relations and advertising campaigns, also heralded the beginning of a new era in brand, charity and corporate partnerships - the very type celebrated in tonight’s Corporate Engagement Awards.
This year’s Cannes Lions opened with high of 30 degrees, and the sense of expectation creeping over the beach front’s historic promenade. Bigger than ever, the annual festival of creativity covered branding, communications and advertising in a style unique to the iconic French coastline. Communicate magazine, with the ICCO, worked to bring readers daily updates about the public relations representation at the 65th festival of creativity.
This year’s Cannes Lions opened with high of 30 degrees, and the sense of expectation creeping over the beach front’s historic promenade. Bigger than ever, the annual festival of creativity is set to cover branding, communications and advertising in a style unique to the iconic French coastline. Communicate magazine, with the ICCO, is working to bring readers daily updates about the public relations representation at the 65th festival of creativity.