Category: CIPR

Is a lack of investment in local media damaging society?

On 22nd June, the Press Gazette ran an article about claims by a former Kensington reporter that Grenfell Tower fire-safety concerns would have been picked up by local media in the pre-internet era. Suggesting that local journalists would never previously

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How to get the most out of Google Analytics for PR

It is demonstrably true that more and more PR practitioners are seeking to use Google Analytics (GA) as a key tool in measuring and evaluating key aspects of their communications work. However, it also remains true that there is a

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Northern Ireland offers lots to be PRoud about

On Friday I had the privilege of attending the CIPR’s PRide Awards in Belfast. It was an inspiring experience to see first hand the thriving industry in Northern Ireland and to hear members talk about where they’d like to see the

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Help write the CIPR’s story as part of 70th anniversary project

The CIPR is crowdsourcing the knowledge of its members as part of its 70th anniversary celebrations in 2018. The CIPR is 70 next year. It plans to create a book as part of a year of anniversary celebrations. It’s a special

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Cambridge University: communicating excellence

King’s College Cambridge is one of the most recognisable sites in the world. Founded in 1441 by Henry VI, the building typifies the traditions of the world’s second-highest ranked university. But Cambridge is an institute of revolution, rather than tradition,

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Meet a member: Hanna Smith MCIPR

Hanna Smith MCIPR works for the London Communications Agency (LCA) – the award-winning specialist consultancy focusing specifically on London and London issues. In our latest member Q&A, Hanna reveals what it’s like to work for the agency and shares her

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Meet a member: Kim Regisford Chart.PR, MCIPR

London-based in-house communicator Kim Regisford Chart.PR, MCIPR has been a CIPR member since 2013. In our latest member Q&A, she shares her thoughts on strategic PR and the challenges facing modern practice, including Brexit. Name: Kim Regisford Position: Head of

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Meet a member: Anthony Bullick Chart.PR, MCIPR

North-Wales based Chartered Practitioner, Anthony Bullick joined the CIPR back in 2011. In the latest of a series of member Q&A’s, he reflects on his unconventional route into public relations and shares thoughts on the current state of PR practice.

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Meet a member: Emily Osborne Chart.PR, MCIPR

Essex County Fire and Rescue Services’ Emily Osborne joined the CIPR back in 2013. In the first of a new series of member Q&A’s, she reflects on the impact of the Grenfell Tower disaster on communications, the fragmentation of modern

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Osborne, Huffington & the changing world: Influence Q3 out soon

When the world shifts , organisations had better change too or find themselves obsolete – no matter how grand and important they are. Is this the situation for the UK’s political parties in a post-referendum country? In an exclusive interview

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