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Ferrari are this week's Mis Communicator of the Week

Embargoes used to be sacrosanct. A mutually useful tool to allow journalists to get a good story, and PRs to control their message. Trust was at the heart of the agreement

Are organisations utilising video effectively to communicate internally?

Martin Nurser, Vice President, EMEA, Qumu explains why communications by video is a channel that a number of organisations are turning to

Influence a business, not just its PR strategy

Sean Williams, deputy managing director at London PR agency, Brazil, talks to and warns PR agencies about becoming nugatory in the changing world of business.

Ketchum and Ogilvy PR announce official support for Young PR Lions

Official sponsor, ICCO, will be joined by Ketchum and Ogilvy PR in the sponsorship of Young PR Lions

How to target Millennials?

A recent infographic highlights some interesting stats for the millennial generation

10 tips for in house teams to create integrated communications

So what’s stopping you from becoming fully integrated? Asks Chris Talago, Executive Vice-President and General Manager, Waggener Edstrom

Feeding the headlines and of course, feeding herself! Amita Hanspal has a lot on her plate

The Financial Times is under scrutiny this week from Amita Hanspal, senior account executive at PR consultancy Spreckley Partners, along with all social media. Then there’s organising press tours, writing press releases, doing research … not to mention feeding a pet rabbit

Mis-Communicator of the Week: Maria Miller

Mis-Communicator of the Week: Maria Miller

Weber Shandwick’s, Lisa Pantelli describes how tenacity helps you get into PR

“Don’t run before you can walk, learn from others and never be surprised by anything!” This is the advice of Lisa Pantelli, head of employee engagement and change management practice at PR firm Weber Shandwick, as she discusses how she broke into PR

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