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Work in corporate PR for long enough and you’ll almost certainly have the opportunity to work on a large corporate retainer for a well-known international business or national household brand.

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Will Facebook Workplace…work?

Ever shouted across the office at somebody to ask them a quick question, or sent them an email to ask something that really shouldn’t have taken that long? Have you been distracted by your colleagues constantly coming to ask you questions or calling you internally to discuss something?

Willett help or Willett hinder?

“A baying mob of imbeciles”. “Fat, stupid, greedy, classless, bastards”. “Pudgy, basement-dwelling irritants”. The infamous rant of Pete Willett about US golf fans published in National Club Golfer magazine in the lead-up to the Ryder Cup uses slightly more colourful language to that which we are used to in corporate communications.

Are events the new clickbait?

With technology impacting almost every business model you can think of, it’s not surprising that enterprising organisations everywhere are seeking new opportunities to build revenues.

Gauging Asian investor hedge fund appetite

There has been a huge amount of coverage about the decisions of Calpers, Nycers and the New Jersey Investment Council to get out of or reduce their hedge fund allocations, but the big move into hedge funds by Asian institutional investors this year has not been so widely reported.

Is anybody out there?

An interesting conversation took place in the office this week about blogs. We were wondering whether they have been usurped by social media such as Instagram and Snapchat.