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Davos World Communication Forum highlights

The World Communication Forum in Davos is the most international and diverse of all the conferences I attend around the world. This year was no exception with public relations professionals from around the globe including Belgium, Brazil, Bulgaria. Croatia, Denmark, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Hungary, India, Italy, Malaysia, Mexico, Netherlands, Portugal, Russia, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine, […]

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The future of PR at the World Communication Forum in Davos

Tomorrow at the World Communication Forum in Davos I’m leading a panel discussion on the future of the public relations industry provocatively titled ‘PR is dead vs. Long live the all PR channel’. We’ve got a fantastic line-up of panellists: Paul Holmes – the founder and CEO of The Holmes Report, the global PR magazine […]

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Who owns social media?

I spoke on yesterday’s Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR) panel at Leeds Business Week where we inevitably touched on the hoary old question of who owns social media. It’s hard to believe that a question we were asking 10 years ago is still being debated today. My view is that no one discipline or […]

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PR and social media conference speaking in Autumn 2013

I’ve got quite a few public relations and social media conference speaking gigs coming up this Autumn (or Fall for my American friends). World Communication Forum Davos, Prague, October 3-4 WCF Davos | Prague is the additional European session of the World Communication Forum that takes place in Davos in February every year, just after […]

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Social media for financial services

Yesterday I was one of the speakers at ‘Branding from the inside out: Empowering staff as social advocates’ at the Financial Services Forum. The seminar looked at if and how financial services companies could allow and even encourage their employees to use social media. Other speakers included: Professor Mike Beverland, a branding and marketing expert […]

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Tom Foremski Thought Leaders event at the CIPR

Last week I chaired a ‘Thought Leaders’ event at the Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR) in London where I interviewed Tom Foremski who became the first major journalist to quit mainstream media to make a living from blogging when he left the Financial Times to found Silicon Valley Watcher. The event did leave me […]

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Corporate communications and PR conference speaking summer 2013

I’ve got a few new corporate communications, PR and social media speaking engagements coming up over the next few months. I’ll also shortly be announcing dates for a series of two day online PR and corporate communications strategy master classes to be held in London in early July, Mumbai (India) in late July and Houston […]

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