09 Apr 2010
| by Peter Bingle, chairman, Bell Pottinger Public Affairs
The next six months are going to be frantic for the public affairs industry....restore its
self-respect. The public affairs industry has an important role in this
process. I have ...
10 Dec 2010
| by John Lehal, MD, Insight Public Affairs
he persistence of unpaid internships in media, politics and comms is one of the greatest injustices for young graduates, who find themselves in unpaid work, offered only a paltry lunch or travel allowance.
17 Dec 2010
| by Jon McLeod, public affairs & corp comms chairman, Weber
The great thing about being in PR is that everyone knows how to do a better job than you.
22 Oct 2010
| by Peter Bingle, chairman of Bell Pottinger Public Affairs
These are challenging times. The creation of the coalition has given the public affairs industry ...
05 Jun 2009
| by David Singleton
Several Labour special advisers have held talks with public affairs
agencies in the run-up to this ...
16 Jul 2010
| by George McGregor, director, Interel Consulting UK
Public affairs is changing, with the value of good communications increasingly being recognised in...convergence between public affairs, corporate
communications and digital marketing. Agencies that will be ...
30 Apr 2010
| by Dominic Church, managing director, Westminster Advisers
Regardless of recent polls, the public affairs industry has been placing too great an emphasis on
10 Sep 2010
and Bellenden Public Affairs had expired in April 2010. We should have said contracts with Weber
23 Apr 2010
| by Sacha Deshmukh, chief executive, Mandate Communications
Guru-Murthy was spot-on, and I suspect the PR and public affairs
professionals at our party will ...
11 Feb 2005
| by Robert Gray
, election season has traditionally been a quiet period for public affairs practitioners. Many organisations ...