PR

Some winning salesmanship from Donald Trump

Adweek’s Agency Spy has been digging through the New York Times revelations about Donald Trump’s income and tax affairs (his accountants seem to have got there before Apple, Google and Facebook) and discovered he’s made quite a lot from appearing ...

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Boris and co. take Covid mixed messages to another level

Britain’s NHS did indeed launch its allegedly super duper track and trace app over the weekend – with a veritable advertising blitz – and, as we might have, expected it doesn’t work properly, not for everyone anyway. But the real ...

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Twitter shock: Biden approves Trump

The US presidential election has its funny turns – one is obviously President Trump. Democrat challenger Joe Biden is reportedly raising and spending more ad money. Every now and then the Donald helps things along. I’m Joe Biden and I ...

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M&C Saatchi lands ‘Stoptober’ anti-smoking bonus

Oh dear, not another one. Apparently next month is “Stoptober” in the UK when those sinners amongst us are being instructed to stop puffing away. It’s the latest initiative from Public Health England (PHE, which most of us thought was ...

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Havas targets minority media with new “social equity marketplace”

Havas Media Group in the UK is launching what it calls a “social equity marketplace”aiming to give clients the opportunity to use so-called under-represented media. This follows a similar initiative in the US. The UK marketplace includes Black, Asian, minority ...

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Boris Johnson’s unwelcome blast from the past

At the same time as a writer in PM Boris Johnson’s other employer the Telegraph surmises that Boris has six months to save his job amid the coronavirus testing fiasco, a number of minds have gone back to 1979 and ...

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