lobbying

January 17, 2014 #CommsChat on Davos

The annual World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, bills itself as ‘Reshaping the world’. This week on #CommsChat, we’ll discuss the forum, the issues to be addressed this year and its impact. In a world run online, can a high-level meeting such as Davos still reshape the world? What can business leaders achieve at the […]

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October 4, 2013 #CommsChat with CDF 2013

This year’s Communication Directors’ Forum will address the latest topics and trends in PR and the UK’s communications industry. We’ll be joined by speakers and suppliers from the Forum, including Paul Willis (@ukprman) the PRCA’s Matt Cartmell (@mattcartmell), Claire Duggan from Playgroup (@playgrouptweet) and more. Wether you’ve been on the boat before, are going this year, […]

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October 22, 2012 Transcript of #CommsChat with CIPR presidential candidates

Today at 1 p.m. we had a special lunchtime edition of #CommsChat in which the two candidates for the CIPR presidency, Miti Ampoma and Lionel Zetter, fielded questions. Both candidates provided interesting views on recent issues facing the PR industry and what they see as the role of CIPR in the future. Voting closes on […]

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December 13, 2011 Transcript of #CommsChat on lobbying and public affairs with Francis Ingham

On Monday 5 December, #CommsChat looked at lobbying and public affairs and was hosted by Francis Ingham, chairman of the PRCA.   The PRCA has recently withdrawn from the UK Public Affairs Council, which was seeking to establish a register of all those working in UK public affairs. It was therefore a highly topical #CommsChat, […]

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December 12, 2011 #CommsChat on lobbying and public affairs with Francis Ingham

This hasn’t been the best week, press-wise, for the UK lobbying industry. The Independent’s front page splash on 6 December revealed senior Bell Pottinger executives discussing their influence over policy-makers at the highest levels of British politics, and the PRCA has today withdrawn from the UK Public Affairs Council, which was seeking to establish a register of all those working in UK public affairs. So as our topic for #CommsChat on Monday 12 December, we’re asking: where does UK lobbying go from here?

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