Rebecca Pardon speaks to Jenifer Willig, CEO and co-founder of WRTHY, about their recent social impact campaigns and how businesses can help to drive social change.

Women in corporate communications are receiving more promotions than men, despite the industry's gender pay gap remaining above national average.


Corporate Edge faces more changes as the CEO announces his departure from the branding agency.
Firms could improve their decision-making by consulting institutional investors with regional expertise, said a professor from the M&A Research Centre at Cass following study results.
Digital agency Freestyle Interactive opened its first European office in Paris, France, earlier this month and tomorrow will host a Digital Strategy Breakfast at the British Embassy in Paris to celebrate.
Rebranding political parties seems to be on trend this autumn after the Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party and England’s Labour Party each pitched rebranding plans.
Europe’s biggest CSR communications awards took place Wednesday in London, with ClayWay Media and Stephen Howard receiving the highest honours at the International Visual Communications Association (IVCA) Clarion Awards 2011.
"Mark Davidson", "ghostwriter", "rogue" and"bad reputation" were not trending on Twitter today, but they could have been.
Businesses should focus on the story, advises corporate reporting specialist Black Sun as Business Secretary Vince Cable complains about the length of annual reports.
Companies are jeopardising their reputation through lack of security, says a Thomson Reuters survey.
New ways for PRs to communicate are reaching the UK with a focus on technology and social media through the launch of services from Mynewsdesk and PressPage, and a partnership between Cision and PitchEngine.