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23rd February 2017

WPR Vice President Claire Foster Nominated for Suzy Spirit Inspiration Award

22nd February 2017
Mary Whenman

Let’s talk about mental health

Mary Whenman – WPR President  Mental health is one of the PR profession’s dirty, little secrets. Very few people talk about it and I cannot think of […]
21st February 2017
Mary Whenman

Professionalism doesn’t equal a PR degree

Mary Whenman – WPR President Last week I attended the industry vs academics debate organised by the PRCA and chaired by Stephen Waddington. It was a well-attended debate, […]

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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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21st November 2016

Women in PR Wins Silver Stevie® Award in 2016 Stevie Awards for Women in Business

Women Around the World Recognized at Event in New York City London – November 19, 2016 – Women in PR has been named the winner of […]
8th November 2016

A diverse team is more fun. It’s harder, it can be messy, but most of all, it makes good business sense

Claire Foster Deputy Head of News, Direct Line Group Last Thursday, at the Women in PR Autumn lunch, we had a very special guest, Karen Blackett […]
7th October 2016

Financial Times Women at the Top: How to achieve gender balance and redefine leadership

Claire Foster, Deputy Head of News, Direct Line Group This time last week, I was lucky enough to be sitting in a beautiful room at the Renaissance […]

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Laura Weston, managing director, Iris Culture

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