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The Chartered Institute of Public Relations Greater London Group, which provides opportunities for PR professionals in London to network, has announced it will be hosting an online conference for its members and other PR practitioners across the sector. During the CoronaCon conference industry leaders will discuss the issues PR practitioners have faced during the Covid-19 pandemic, including how the industry has responded to the changing working environment.


Complex small print terms and conditions disconnects the flow of brand language across all touch-points and is something that needs attention.
New research commissioned by UK-based online reputation agency, Igniyte, revealed that 40% of managers expect a PR crisis to be caused by their higher management team.
This year, a major trend in Fortune’s 100 Best Companies to Work For list is a focus on company culture and how important it is to create a motivating work environment for employees.
In a blow to the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF), Adidas, its most substantial sponsor, terminates its 11-year sponsorship deal four years early after a recent alleged doping crisis.
Most well-known brand products are recognised by one distinctive feature or colour, such as Christian Louboutin’s pronounced red soles or Tiffany & Co.’s classic Tiffany blue.