Cameron Wells | 2010 August
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August 2010

Max Clifford is an extremely successful publicist – he is not a PR guru and it worries me that young people studying PR in this celebrity-crazed world we now live in think that he is a PR idol. Having employed two PR students from the highly...

Social media means quick communication. No doubt about that. Post, comment, tweet, like, tag, share – do whatever you feel on your platform of choice and you can get responses within seconds. If, of course, anyone is paying attention. But Tristram Hunt, Labour MP for Stoke-on-Trent Central,...

“Zippity do dah, Zippy dah day” over the airwaves soothes my mornings – I’m fed a soupcon of optimism daily courtesy of Chris Evans and the BBC, to whom I owe a debt of gratitude for helping crowbar me out of my slumber. The honeyed...

Last week, a friend of mine, Andy Chaggar, was chosen as one of the winners of the Vodafone Foundation World of Difference International programme. This was awarded to him in his capacity as director of a start up charity, European Disaster Volunteers. Naturally, I was delighted...