The World Communication Forum in Davos next week will see communications and PR experts from 24 countries and five continents gather to discuss a diverse range of topics that are shaping the global communications and public relations agenda in 2015. This year I’m honoured to be moderating the first day and doing a round-up of […]
Lots of new research around at the moment that point to a positive future for the public relations business. Yesterday, the Financial Times published the fifth FTSE350 Boardroom Bellwether survey which revealed that almost half the boards of the UK’s largest public companies have not discussed their social media strategies in the past 12 months. […]
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 […]
Next week’s World Communications Forum in Davos has PR and corporate communications speakers and delegates from dozens of different countries so I thought it would be interesting to take a look at where visitors to my public relations blog come from. Not surprisingly for an English language blog most are from the UK and USA. […]
Much has been written about the role that social media played in the Egyptian revolution. Online PR and marketing author and speaker David Meerman Scott has been in Egypt teaching a social media master class and in this video asks if social media can be used to help bring tourists back to Egypt?
Google has announced a new initiative to increase the amount of Arabic content online. Arabic content makes up just three per cent of the total digital content online, yet Arabic speakers make up more than five per cent of the global population. Google’s 30 day Arabic Web Days initiative in the Middle East and North […]