The final piece of advice from Nan Williams, group chief executive of Four Communications, in our speedy interview is: “Learn how to make money”. She also discusses her teenage ambitions and career highlights
Here are our PR Jobs of the Week, bought to you but the good guys at Prospect
Are celebrity endorsements essential or expendable? Mike France, co-founder of luxury British watch company Christopher Ward, discusses how celebrity endorsements can damage your brand
After some exercise, tea and porridge, Laura Moss, executive director at agency The PR Office, is ready for a busy day of meetings and interviews
What was the brief that led Nintendo to create Pokemon Go? What if you stripped that back and thought about the mandatories that made that phenomenon happen? What would the client have asked of its agency?
Our mis-communicator this week is Angela Gibbins from the British Council for her attack on Prince George via Facebook.
We ‘work’ around 260 days a year. Or about 2,000 hours. So Johnny Pitt argues you need to love your work, or else you are not going to be happy...
Music to get you through your PR day from the team at London agency Simpatico PR
We chew the fat with Patrick Barrett, managing director of agency Simpatico PR and find out how his initial dreams of being a fighter pilot morphed into journalism and then running his own PR agency