The British Royal Family has veered from public relations triumph (William and Kate Windsor) to public relations disaster (take your pick).
Communication Director Magazine
Launched only 48 hours after Russian troops took control of vital installations across the Crimean peninsula in March, the Ukraine Crisis Media Centre (www.uacrisis.org) was set up by a volunteer team of commu
"Communicators will increasingly become technologists”: this succint summation of the future trajectory of corporate communications is by Jen Prosek, head of US corporate firm Prosek Partners.
In November 2014 Europe will celebrate the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, which marked the birth of market economies in eastern Europe.
Apps have shaped the way people experience the internet.
The chief group communications officer, Mahindra & Mahindra on global communications, elevating PR to the board level, and what it's like to work in the world's largest media market.
The work of the communication director is changing: new challenges and expectations have to be met, new tools can be used and a new position within the organisational hierarchy is to be negotiated.
When talking about Danish Crown, you do not shy away from words like ‘slaughter’ and ‘killing’, and have even coined the phrase ‘We kill for a living’.