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Raising Unicorns

30% of creative directors (CDs) in PR are women, according to the 2017 Creativity in PR global study, by The…

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Addy Frederick: Prioritising, Positivity and Putting Your Best Self Forward

Interview conducted and blog post written by Olivia Shalofsky, PR Consultant, Direct Line Group A rising star finalist at the…

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Is the concept of success outdated?

Article originally published in City AM When I first started my career, I defined success as proudly telling friends “I…

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The Gender Confidence Gap

Refreshing news recently that Barri Rafferty has been appointed as Global CEO at the Ketchum agency. But the overall lack…

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A Day in the Life

This week we are spending a day with Jane Baerselman, Director, Teal Communications and Events Secretary for Women in PR….

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Why the PRCA’s new Continual Professional Development programme is essential for modern PR practitioners

Souha Khairallah of the PRCA explains why the PRCA’s new Continual Professional Development programme is essential for modern PR practitioners,…

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Reflections of a Mentee

In my very first PR job, my boss told me:“ There are a lot of busy fools in this world;…

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What can PR practitioners learn from Festival of Marketing 2017?

The Festival of Marketing (FoM), for those who are unfamiliar, is a communications event that features seminars, workshops, presentations and…

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Partners for good

Women in PR Panel Debate: Managing Charity and Corporate Partnerships Charities are the ultimate ‘do-gooders’. Yes, the pejorative term is…

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A Day in the Life

I wake up at 6am and check my emails whilst boiling the kettle, a ritual that is only disrupted by an early…

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Celebrating Flexible Working Across Industries: The Power Part Time 50 Awards

This week flexible working jobs provider Timewise has launched a new piece of research that busts the ‘mum myth’ once…

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Women in PR research finds there’s still a lot of work to do on closing the gender pay gap but flexible working is improving

Women in PR 2017 Survey Results New research from Women in PR, the independent networking organisation for senior women working…

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