ACCORDING to a Sojern's Global Travel Insights Report that just landed in my inbox, Europeans, are not done with our summer holidays just yet.Read More
YOU may have noticed another royal baby has happened. You may also have noticed a flurry of PR activity as some brands desperately try to hitch their wagons to the new lad’s Christening gown. That may be a laboured metaphor, but it’s nowhere near as tortuous as some of the attempts to use this baby as a nascent brand ambassador.Read More
YET again we are reminded that crisis management is simple. But very, very hard.
Setting aside morality for a moment, the odds can never justify gambling on a cover up.Read More
HE’S made it to 95 years old, so Pierre Cardin is not yet turning in his grave at the parade of artless trash that these days bears his name.Read More
THERE is a grisly irony to the fact that last week’s TTG discussion on the future of tourism in Tunisia was held at the News UK HQ in London Bridge.Read More
easyJet’s £4 charge for stowing hand luggage in the hold is brazen, but it seems the public are falling for it.Read More
As we’re getting closer to the what is autumn for the northern hemisphere, we wanted to look at where people are planning to spend their last days of summer and early autumn.Read More
I RUN to work (this makes me both proud and smug, but this is not the place to expand on that).
It gives me an hour to myself each morning. My phone is at the bottom of my rucksack but I feel truly connected. Connected to real life.Read More
Recently published ONS data reveal that Britons are shunning the traditional two-week long holiday in favour of shorter but more numerous trips abroad.Read More
Travel Weekly has just hosted its first Cyber Security Summit in London. Despite questioning its relevance to Public Relations practitioners, I attended. I’m glad I did.Read More