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28th July 2017

Closing the gap – Tackling the gender pay gap issue

Jay Neale, co-founder of The Agency Works, who commissioned research into the gender pay gap in the creative sector reports on his findings and what needs […]
18th July 2017

How to Become Visible in a World That Sees You as Invisible

Ronke Lawal, Founder of Ariatu PR PR is a sector that stands for visibility: the goal of most PR campaigns is to ensure that audiences ‘see’ […]
14th July 2017

Fake news – Is the wool being pulled over our eyes or are we wising up?

Nicola Green, Director of Corporate Affairs, O2 The Brexit vote and Donald Trump’s victory in the US elections put fake news firmly in the public’s consciousness. […]

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Welcome to our blog. We have a fantastic rota of Women in PR members writing blogs for us.

If you have an idea for a blog which you would like to have published, please contact us at [email protected].

To celebrate International Women’s Day, Cision spoke to eight industry-leading women, including Women In PR Vice President, Claire Foster, asking them why they went into PR, if they’ve encountered adversity due to their gender, whether the PR landscape is changing for women and what advice they have for women entering the industry.

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18th July 2017

How to Become Visible in a World That Sees You as Invisible

Ronke Lawal, Founder of Ariatu PR PR is a sector that stands for visibility: the goal of most PR campaigns is to ensure that audiences ‘see’ […]
14th July 2017

Fake news – Is the wool being pulled over our eyes or are we wising up?

Nicola Green, Director of Corporate Affairs, O2 The Brexit vote and Donald Trump’s victory in the US elections put fake news firmly in the public’s consciousness. […]
7th July 2017

Sponsorship + Mentorship: We all need a little bit of both

Denise Kaufmann, Partner & CEO at Ketchum Earlier this week, I had the distinct privilege to participate in a lively panel discussion sponsored by Women in PR (WPR) […]

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“Well that was a great night @PRCANextGen and @WIPRUK. Who could fail to be inspired by @JackiePRCooper. I am a very lucky mentee!”

Laura Weston, managing director, Iris Culture

“Hearing great things about last night’s @WIPRUK @WomeninPA event from @herd_sally of our public affairs team”

Burson Marsteller UK