Insights from PR Place
Mind the PR Gap 2022: programme and booking
Mind The PR Gap 2022 was a free online event open to practitioners, academics, researchers and students exploring PR research and practice – (took place on13 July 2022).
About Mind the PR Gap
Mind the PR Gap focuses on connecting PR research and practice. It discusses contemporary topics to offer a clear agenda for change. Find out more.
This week in PR (8 April)
Energy policy and climate action are two of the topics you've been discussing #ThisWeekinPR.
Bringing the family together under one brand
In this case study prepared for a PRCA Diploma in Integrated Communication Management assignment, Nina Stenning presents an integrated campaign for a financial services brand.
Briefing: professional ethics
We draw on professional codes and the academic literature to provide an overview of ethics in public relations.
This Week in PR (1 April)
There's plenty of good content #ThisWeekinPR, but if you read one thing make it Farzana Baduel's thoughts on servicing dirty money.
Good internal communication in a crisis: Information, status and love
'One of the many changes I have seen happen in the years I have worked in PR is the move to centre-stage taken by internal communication.' Chris Tucker reviews last week's well-attended Crisis Communication Hub webinar.
This week in PR (25 March)
Once again, P&O Ferries, Ukraine and leadership are top talking points from #ThisWeekinPR.
This week in PR (18 March)
Ukraine, leadership and P&O Ferries were prominent among your talking points #ThisWeekinPR.
Developing an influential Public Affairs strategy
This case study by Antony Bennett outlines an approach to developing a public affairs strategy, using the topic of the reform of Insurance Premium Tax (IPT) as subject matter, to demonstrate appropriate situational research methodologies and stakeholder analysis.
This week in PR (11 March)
Ukraine and International Women's Day were the two main topics of conversation #ThisWeekinPR.
50over50: Adeeba Hussain
Our latest professional to be profiled in our #50over50 series is Adeeba Hussain, who is setting up a consultancy focusing on measurement and evaluation.