22nd Jun 2016 | Posted by Felicity Haslehurst Felicity Haslehurst's picture

As a healthcare communications professional, I’ve been looking forward to attending Cannes to be inspired by the amazing work happening within the healthcare industry and the increased creativity caused by advances in technology.

21st Jun 2016 | Posted by Emma-Naomi Vanb... Emma-Naomi Vanbraningen's picture

A user-centric approach in marketing may seem like a relatively obvious concept, but it’s often entirely overlooked and overcomplicated. At my first day at Cannes, this was an undercurrent theme of two talks I attended, and the explicit theme of a third.

20th Jun 2016 | Posted by Jim Joseph Jim Joseph's picture

We talk all the time about how the lines between agency disciplines are blurring.

23rd May 2016 | Posted by Jim Joseph Jim Joseph's picture

Today, the PR Council announces the team that we will be sending to Cannes next month to represent the United States in the International Cannes Young Lions competition.

12th May 2016 | Posted by Charlotte Henley Charlotte Henley's picture

Perhaps one of the defining trends of communications in the last decade has been the ever-blurring lines between PR, content marketing, digital advertising, social strategy and everything in between.