Jaguar Land Rover has today revealed a complete restructure of its marketing, sales, service and PR functions, putting its top consumer comms professional at the head of all marketing communications and customer experience.
Fixed-odds betting terminals (FOBTs) might have risen to notoriety in recent years, but one key figure in a campaign to crack down on them admits he had never heard of them before being approached by a campaigner.
As General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into effect from today (25 May), PRWeek looks at the risks and opportunities, what the public thinks and how the Government plans to increase awareness.
Recent research has found that the number of defamation cases in the courts of England and Wales fell to a record low of 49 last year, down from 86 three years ago.
In Flack this week: The time a journalist was kidnapped by PRs, floating big thing down the Thames news, comic reflections on GDPR, and Iain Anderson – in cake form.
Premier sells division employing 30 staff, AmEx lead Bain moves on, Green to chair Global Alliance, London boat event hires Make Honey, and more from PRWeek UK.
Ketchum has announced sweeping changes to the structure of its business, dispensing with practice areas in favour of industry sectors.
Huntsworth says its Communications division – which includes Grayling, Red and Citigate – continued to trade in line with expectations in the first four months of 2018, adding that it was “interested” in further acquisitions.
As PRs we should know our stuff, know our contacts, know how to reach them, and know what makes their jobs easier.
A journalist’s comments that Amazon’s press office is the “most unpleasant” in the business might divide opinion – but it also begs the question of whether tech giants have got their press strategies all wrong.