The public relations industry is facing the challenges of sustainability and transparency, and some agencies are working to help their clients become genuinely sustainable

Public relations used to be a simple business. The PR agency would take a brief about a client’s latest ground-breaking product or service, spin it as creatively as possible, and pitch it, normally via a badly written press release, to a well-defined range of media outlets. The holy grail...

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