Are people buying Boris’ apology?

As the dust settles on Boris Johnson’s high-stakes performance at PMQ’s, we took a closer look at how the conversations surrounding the apology landed on Twitter. Over a 12-hour period, we found over 26k tweets commenting on PMQs.  Unsurprisingly, the Twitterarti weren’t impressed with Boris’s attempt to distance himself from ‘partygate’. Even worse for the…

Under The Radar – 07 December

This week, we discuss: Tesla expands…. to Xinjiang UK Government in a bid to make foreign takeovers harder NY Attorney investigates Trump Organization Tesla expands to … to Xinjiang What Happened? Tesla has opened a showroom in the contentious province of Xinjiang, China. The move has been criticised with the Chinese government accused of carrying…

‘You can’t win anything with kids’

Gabriel Boric recently made headlines as he surged to victory in the Chilean elections with more votes than any president in the country’s history. The “millennial former student protest leader” defeated his far-right opponent in a resounding triumph not only for his left wing, reformist agenda, but for a younger generation looking to make waves at…

PR & Python: Why all PRs can benefit from coding experience

Public relations is no longer purely driven by press releases, opinion pieces, and media relations. We now live in a visual-driven, digital-first world where audiences are fragmenting, and ranking algorithms and artificial intelligence increasingly influence the news agenda. As our industry evolves, so too must the skills of the public relations practitioners who wish to remain…