Public relations has changed. That much is apparent based on the CIPR National Conference programme. Not only were traditional PR practitioners on the docket – like Lansons’ Tony Langham – but so too were HR experts, governmental digital pros, researchers and planners, and futurists.
UK-based corporations have, once again, ranked below their European brethren in terms of digital communications. Each year, corporate comms consultancy Comprend examines the corporate websites of the UK’s largest 200 and Europe’s 500 largest companies.
One in four women in public affairs has been sexually harassed at work and 96 per cent rate their sector as being weak at protecting and helping women deal with it, according to research published by Women in Public Affairs (WiPA).
Forget foundation garments and walk-in bathtubs, the over 55s are attracted to sexy brands and over a third will buy into new products before the general population, separate studies published this week show.
The Public Relations and Communications Association (PRCA) will make a formal overture to the Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR) today to set merger talks in motion, Communicate can exclusively reveal.