Michael Taggart, Foco
Opinion: Chomping at the bot – my night with a chat AI
Michael Taggart, co-founder at Foco, considers how far AI has come since the first chatbot was invented in 1964 and what that means for financial PR today. I had a great [...]
Zoe Ogilvie Big Partnership
Opinion: The key growth opportunities for PR in 2018
Zoe Ogilvie, director of BIG Partnership, outlines what she sees as the key growth areas for PR in 2018, including green energy, PR measurement, video content and more. I’m [...]
Carillion shows us that engaging employees is an investment
Opinion: Carillion shows us that engaging employees is an investment, not a cost
Huw Morgan, director of Good Relations’ internal communications practice, argues that Carillion’s collapse shows why brands must invest in employee engagement. Business [...]
Cision webinar Stephen Waddington 5 predictions for PR in 2018
Stephen Waddington predicts 2018 will be a breakthrough year for PR
In this year’s final Cision webinar, Ketchum‘s Stephen Waddington predicted that 2018 will see communicators capitalise on the opportunities new technology is [...]
Opinion: We have a responsibility to close the PR “opportunity gap”
Jessica Huie, director of Kaleidoscope Comms, talks about how meeting her first PR mentor changed her life – and why she’s proud to be part of Connect Mentors. We do not all [...]
Nadine Causey Guiness World Records
Opinion: Record-breaking campaigns are a sign of the (rapidly changing) times
Nadine Causey, Guinness World Records’ SVP for EMEA and APAC, considers what lessons communicators can learn from this year’s record breaking PR campaigns. As more brands and [...]
Danny Whatmough Weber Shandwick PRCA digital report
Opinion: PR must embrace digital in 2018
Danny Whatmough, head of social at Weber Shandwick and chair of the PRCA Digital Group, outlines the key takeaways from this year’s PRCA digital report. One trend that really [...]
Grayling
Opinion: Big companies fail the brand resilience test
Jon Meakin, Grayling’s global head of strategic services, discusses the findings of the agency’s Critical Conditions report into the online reputations of 50 [...]
The Hoffman Agency
Opinion: Multi-market PR – a map for success
Mark Pinsent, managing director, Europe, at The Hoffman Agency, explains some of the common challenges faced by companies executing multi-market PR campaigns, and how to [...]
Barbara Watson Launch
Opinion: How to overcome comms silos
Barbara Watson, Launch’s director of brand and content, discusses the limitations of using silos and argues that training can overcome the difficulties associated with [...]
Is Fake News…fake news?
So it’s official, ‘Fake news’ is the ‘word’ of 2017. Well, according to Collins who have named the term ‘word of the year’, stating that usage has increased by 365% [...]
Rob Lester Good Relations
Opinion: If you can’t communicate, you can’t lead
As former prime minister Gordon Brown’s new book, My Life, Our Times launches, Rob Lester, head of issues and crisis management at Good Relations, argues that leadership has [...]
Opinion: The cure for bad advertising
Andrew Bloch, Frank PR‘s co-founder and group MD, argues that people have had enough of bad advertising. So, is it time for advertisers to take a lesson from the comms [...]
Chris Lynch, Cision CMO
Chris Lynch: “Nearly half of journalists said they can’t carry out their job without social media”
Cision CMO Chris Lynch discusses the important key findings in the US from the annual 2017 Global Social Journalism Study. The UK 2017 Social Journalism Study country report [...]
Neil Bayley, Good Relations
Opinion: Reputation management tips to help you sleep at night
Neil Bayley, director of corporate brands at Good Relations, says reputation management is as important as ever – and outlines two opportunities to help business leaders [...]
Michael Taggart, Foco
Opinion: From facts to fables – how corporate comms is embracing storytelling
What do near death experiences, commuter woes and the tampon tax have to do with corporate PR? Michael Taggart, director of storytelling at Foco, explains. The case for the [...]
Niki Wheeler, Launch
Opinion: Layer up to stop your media relations going cold
Launch director Niki Wheeler outlines why it’s important to brainstorm multiple angles for the same story to achieve maximum media coverage. When it comes to media relations [...]
Jason Nisse, The Nisse Consultancy
Opinion: Niche consultancies are disrupting the PR industry
Large agencies will have to get used to niche consultancies snapping up their clients, argues Jason Nisse, a former Newgate Communications partner and founder of The Nisse [...]
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