Does the UK need its own PR Museum? 

I’ve been mulling over this question for several months now. PR’s history at practitioner level is not widely understood and therefore unappreciated. PR professionals, like their marketing cousins, tend to be future-biased; we obsess about trying to understand what’s coming next, while neglecting the knowledge, wisdom and value of what came before. There are exceptions, …

Diversity is about more than gender or ethnicity

This week is a symbolic moment for diversity and inclusion in public relations (PR) with the arrival of the UK’s first BAME PR professionals’ conference. It’s a reflection of a wider movement in business, with PR employers increasingly encouraged to show leadership. People are asking valid questions, such as why a sector so dominated by …