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In partnership with PRWeek, we hosted a series of events in cities around the world to discuss 2020 trends in the media and PR
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Stuart White, head of media relations at Thames Water, came to CommsCon 2019 to discuss a fatberg found lurking under Whitechapel road
Susie Boniface a.k.a. the Fleet Street Fox delivered a talk on how anonymity gave her more influence than a named reporter.
The digitalisation of communications has affected all parts of the media industry. But to what extent?
Daniel Redgert is Sweden’s most influential PR consultant in digital channels and was awarded the Cision PR Influencer Award 2019 at the Spinn gala in Stockholm last week
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Cision welcomed P&G’s Aimee Goldsmith, Associate Director Communications - Northern Europe, to talk to our Empower network on her career to date and the company’s water initiatives.
The Evening Standard announces new roles for Nancy Durrant, Susie Butter and Vicky Frost, HR Magazine has a new Editor, and The Telegraph has a new Investment Reporter
Marie Maward has joined Sifted from Bloomberg News, Paloma Kubiak has returned to her role of Deputy Editor at YourMoney.com and Bustle UK appoints a new Executive Editor
FT journalist Harriet Agnew has returned to London, Suzannah Ramsdale is promoted at the Evening Standard, and Katy Docherty is now Features Writer at The Sun
ITV News has appointed a new Health and Science Producer, Mirror Online has multiple changes and a Tech Reporter moves to Business Insider UK from the FT
Don't miss the future of communications at CommsCon in London on Tuesday 26 November 2019.
Changes to The Sun's Fabulous team, a new Business Editor at Wired UK, and plus two new website launches!
The Guardian chooses a new Chief Theatre Critic, Hearst has made changes in their Homes and Lifestyle Division, and The Independent has a new Deputy Lifestyle Editor.
The FT has a new Acting Middle East and Africa News Editor, TechRadar has two new hires and Mark Sanderson is a new Reviewer at The Times.
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