PR Futurist podcast

The PR Futurist podcast is a bite-sized podcast that takes a quick look at the future of public relations, corporate communications and public affairs. It is presented by Stuart Bruce who is internationally recognised as a PR futurist – a thinker and doer in modernised PR and communication specialising in measurement and evaluation, PR strategy, crisis communication and using digital and social media for corporate communication and public affairs.

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PR Futuris Stuart Bruce podcast
PR Futurist
The PR Futurist podcast is a bite-sized podcast that takes a quick look at the future of public relations, corporate communications and public affairs. It is presented by Stuart Bruce who is internationally recognised as a PR futurist – a thinker and doer in modernised PR and communication.
Should the CEO of Maple Leaf Foods have taken a shot at Trump using his company's corporate Twitter account?
by Stuart Bruce

A quick look at a tweet from Michael McCain, CEO of Maple Leaf Foods who takes a no holds barred shot at President Trump as a result of losing a member of the Maple Leaf Food’s team and his family in the Iran air crash caused by an Iranian missile in response to Trump’s attack.

Hear views from me as well as PR industry luminaries such as Sarah Waddington, Mandy Pearse, Ben Lowndes, Iain Bundred, Rebecca Zeitlin, Michael White and Jason MacKenzie. 

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