Aug 19, 2014 11:22 BST Zoodikers
Aug 17, 2014 17:34 BST elephant communications Two in four parents would encourage their children to get a weekend job to help them become more employable after school or university – and more than one in four would encourage their children to learn more languages and have a full driving license.
Aug 06, 2014 11:59 BST Mynewsdesk We caught up with Deirdre Breakenridge (Adjunct Professor, Marketing & Public Relations, New York University) at our #FutureComms14 event. She shared her thoughts on the PR landscape, specifically the influence of technology on the evolution of PR, communications and marketing.
Aug 04, 2014 08:00 BST Mynewsdesk Summer has been packed with sporting events (World Cup, the Commonwealth Games, Tour de France, to name but a few) music festivals and all imaginable kinds of happenings. Despite making the most of beer gardens, supporting their favourite athletes and catching some rays, PR and comms professionals around the world have been busy. Here are some campaigns and events that caught our attention!
Jul 30, 2014 10:33 BST Mynewsdesk Here at Mynewsdesk we love clever PR campaigns and funny stunts...especially when there is a hidden camera involved. So this prank to promote the airing of Sharkando 2: The Second One on Syfy was right up our street...
Jul 18, 2014 17:27 BST Mynewsdesk On Thursday 17th July a small troop of intrepid Mynewsdeskers made their way to the Institute of Education, a venue usually engulfed by students, for the most popular content marketing show in the UK.
Jul 03, 2014 10:34 BST Mynewsdesk It always seems to be the way, it's the beginning of the month then it's flown by in a flash. There's been plenty of things happening over the last four weeks to get the communications industry talking. Here are our highlights from the last month...
Jun 19, 2014 13:32 BST HolidayTaxis.com It pains me that we don't yet have a team representing the animal kingdom in the World Cup. However, if we did, it would probably look a lot like this. WARNING: Bad puns and even worse Photoshopping. Those of a sensitive disposition may find themselves groaning.
Jun 13, 2014 13:46 BST Mynewsdesk The PR and communications industry is awash with buzzwords and phrases such as "brand advocates" and "brand love." But is it possible for people to really love a brand? Do people really care that much?