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Video: Richard Edelman on importance of Cannes for PR Video: Richard Edelman on importance of Cannes for PR
Richard Edelman, president and CEO of Edelman, talks to Steve Barrett, editor-in-chief of PRWeek US, about the importance of Cannes Lions 2015.
Video: Maurice Levy talks media agency reviews at Cannes Video: Maurice Levy talks media agency reviews at Cannes
Maurice Levy, CEO of Publicis, gives his thoughts on media agency reviews coinciding with Cannes Lions 2015.
Cannes 2015: The view from the editor-in-chief Cannes 2015: The view from the editor-in-chief
The much-hyped, media-saturated Cannes Lions week is over for another year and it is easy to forget that, beyond the glittering yachts and the Yves St Laurent (apparently), the whole point of this 'international festival of creativity' is to be the showcase of the best campaigns from around the world.
Video: Google on the importance of online video Video: Google on the importance of online video
Steve Barrett, editor-in-chief of PRWeek US, interviews Torrence Boone, Google's MD of agency relationships, at Cannes Lions 2015.
Video: Steve King of ZenithOptimedia talks programmatic Video: Steve King of ZenithOptimedia talks programmatic
Steve King, global CEO of ZenithOptimedia, talks programmatic to Steve Barrett.
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Treat your staff like adults and you might find that flexible working works Treat your staff like adults and you might find that flexible working works
I wasn't surprised to read recently that the PR industry is one of the worst industries for supporting flexible working patterns.
The top seven mistakes PR companies make with existing clients The top seven mistakes PR companies make with existing clients
Smart people learn from their mistakes. But the really sharp ones learn from the mistakes of others. Or there's the third group, who keep making the same mistakes over again. Which are you?
A momentous decision has been made, or has it? A momentous decision has been made, or has it?
When David Cameron commissioned Sir Howard Davies in 2012 he must have thought that 2015 seemed a long way away, and he may have imagined that it would be Ed Miliband making the decision on Heathrow expansion or he would at least have Liberal Democrats in his Government to blame for his hands being tied.
Mayoral hopefuls can tap into London's success but must tackle the damaging side effects Mayoral hopefuls can tap into London's success but must tackle the damaging side effects
As the capital transforms itself into a global city it is important that we create a credible narrative for local people.
Agency Doctor: Trumpet awards success and don't waste the entrance fee Agency Doctor: Trumpet awards success and don't waste the entrance fee
The effort spent entering awards will only pay off if success is used to bring in new business, attract top talent and set agencies apart.
Brands should take note of the US Supreme Court ruling on gay rights Brands should take note of the US Supreme Court ruling on gay rights
As the ink dries on the certificates of same-sex marriages taking place across every US state, we are now wondering what this could mean for companies across the western world.

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