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Aimee Postle (@AimeePostle) argues that communications professionals should be involved in succession planning from the outset – rather than being left to communicate the outcome after the fact.
Lucy Davies (@LucyDesaDavies) describes a bleak picture for women in technology.
The Prime Minister’s cycling campaign steps up a gear. By Fran Winn (@FranWinn) of OPR.
Julian Rea (@julianrea), Executive Director at CitySavvy, explains how in one 155-word statement Primark repositioned itself from callous corporate exploiter of the poor, to the only one brave enough to recognise its moral duty to help victims of the Bangladesh garment factory disaster.
An open letter from @Adam_Ketterer to the readers of the B2B PR Blog.
Simon Brooks, an Account Director for MSL London, writes about what M & S can – and can’t – learn from Next’s recent good fortune.
If there is such thing as an ordinary week, this week has certainly not been one, by Jess Matthias (@maticah5 and @wordville) a PR account director at London-based communications agency, Wordville.
We're knee-deep in Big Data stories, but are they adding anything to the debate, asks Lucy Davies (@LucyDesaDavies)