H+Kers featured in PRWeek’s 2018 Power Book

by H+K United Kingdom

March 29, 2018

H+Kers featured in PRWeek’s 2018 Power Book

Interviews originally published by PRWeek Richard Millar President & CEO A longstanding leader of one of the UK’s biggest PR agencies, Millar worked for Hill+Knowlton in the 1990s before returning ‘home’ 14 years ago. He’s now the man at the top across the UK, as well as France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Portugal and Greece, and … Read more

Purposeful leadership in a crisis is fundamental to response and recovery

A crisis can change a company’s future. Defined by uncertainty, instability and risk, it can threaten the existence of the most robust of organisations and will inevitably impact the bottom line. All too often, apparent structural weaknesses, internal indecision and lack of planning derail or at least pose a barrier to effective crisis management. This … Read more

Three observations from MWC 2018

Barcelona – which is known for its tiki-taka football, food, and famous attractions – held its annual and biggest mobile phone show of the year, Mobile World Congress 2018. This year was another record-breaking year: the event attracted 107,000 visitors (source: GSMA) from 205 countries and territories.  As well as its showcase of the latest … Read more

Spring Statement: No rabbits from Hammond

Hammond’s muted and no-surprises Spring Statement was echoed in the responses from the media, commentators and opposition benches across Westminster. Usually, when the Chancellor steps to the dispatch box for a fiscal event, the tweets are poised and the commentators briefed to hit back. This time, in the first Spring Statement of Hammond’s new revised … Read more

Spreadsheet Phil excels

Today was billed a low-key, fiscal statement. On that, Spreadsheet Phil delivered. While it wasn’t the raucous political event that Budgets can so often become, there were a number of announcements today that shouldn’t be overlooked. The Chancellor’s four main themes seemed to be: helping small businesses, transport, housing, and the environment. Most of today’s … Read more

Hammond doesn’t do the politics

The Chancellor’s Spring Statement was just as he had planned and as far from previous statements as can be imagined.  It was low key and focused on updates, rather than jam packed with jam tomorrow promises.  Indeed, most announcements that Philip Hammond did make were in fact consultations to be put out in the coming … Read more

Celebrating International Women’s Day with H+K

To celebrate International Women’s Day, we asked some exceptional H+K women about their inspiration, what they wish they could tell their 20-year-old selves, and what single word has had the biggest impact on their lives and careers. Click on the tiles below to read their interviews.                      Don’t let life happen to you— make plans! … Read more

Brexit update 02.03.18 Theresa May Mansion House Speech

Introduction Theresa May’s Mansion house speech was significant, and outlined the clearest picture of the UK’s post-EU picture so far. It was also perhaps the most pragmatic and realistic. Prime Minister May said that leaving the single market means “life is going to be different. Access to each other’s markets is going to be less … Read more

An inside look at H+K’s recent work and events

For our most recent Big Night In, we swapped our usual pizzas for Chinese food for an early Chinese New Year celebration. The Tech team‘s takeover focused on their work with Huawei, with Tyler and Alison recounting their work trip to Shanghai. They invited a group of consumer technology influencers to enjoy the city. The Sports Marketing + … Read more