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Mis-Communicator of the Week: Andy Murray

In 140 characters Andy Murray’s standing as a great British champion has been damaged and a reputation diminished

Three new 'Agency of the Year' categories revealed!

"The work PR agencies do these days has changed, therefore in order to recognise this evolution in the industry the PRmoment Awards has added some new and exciting award categories"

Scottish referendum: The digital stats

Bell Pottinger Wired reviews all online conversations generated around the Scottish referendum

A reality check for PR analytics and measurement

If you educate yourself about analytics and measurement – you will earn more money!

Katy Hymas puts the word “multi” into “multi-tasking”

Single mum of twins, Katy Hymas, is a published author, creator of Mumlin (a useful parental accessory) and founder of Cherry Pie PR. Not surprisingly, each day is bursting with activity, as this typical working day illustrates

Why is there a recruitment crisis in PR right now?

Ben Smith talks to Jamie McLaughlin, Managing Director at Capstone Hill Search in London, about why finding talent in PR right now is tough, and what candidates and employers could do to help

Communicator's of the Week: Team Novo Nordisk

The only professional cycling team made up entirely of diabetic riders not only use inspirational words to communicate a positive message but impressive actions to ride them home

Navigating the pitfalls of social media in the Pharma Industry

Social media can prove a minefield for pharma companies trying to find the best path through industry rules and regulations, but integrating new, relevant marketing strategies is a must to reach increasingly digital-savvy patients

Dare to be different in PR!

Having big ambitions (as a child he considered being prime minister) means that Simon Kelman, head of PR and marketing at internet specialist, Online Tech Group and founder of agency Slap PR, is not afraid to take risks. Here he describes how being brave has helped his career, while he urges others in PR to do the same

Can the new PR punks save our industry?

The recession has left its mark on the PR industry, with weary agency account directors heading client-side and profit margins dropping despite revenues increasing. Thank goodness there is a new wave of talent sweeping in to rejuvenate PR says Samantha Howard, founder of agency The Comms Crowd

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