We’re drifting in the doldrums – Edelman Trust Barometer 2015

We’re drifting in the doldrums – Edelman Trust Barometer 2015

There’s an election looming and we’ve been climbing out of the worst financial crisis in living memory, but there’s bad news for our business and political leaders: trust is running very thin on the ground. Since... Read More »

8,910,000 seconds to go in the longest campaign

8,910,000 seconds to go in the longest campaign

It was the second day of the long, long election campaign of 2015. Conservative Business Minister Matt Hancock and Labour’s Shadow Chief Secretary to the Treasury Chris Leslie traded barbs on the BBC News Channel... Read More »

In Tech We Trust: The New Inventors Dilemma

In Tech We Trust: The New Inventors Dilemma

Today Edelman launched the 15th annual Trust Barometer and the results show an ineteresting start for the technology sector: - Trust in technology sector declines for the first time - People frustrated by ‘too much’... Read More »

Edelman Trust Barometer 2015

Edelman Trust Barometer 2015

On Tuesday 20th January Edelman launched its 15th annual Trust Barometer Survey. The survey was powered by research firm Edelman Berland and sampled 27,000 general population respondents with an oversample of 6,000... Read More »

Will The Real Me Please Stand Up – By Melissa Benn

Will The Real Me Please Stand Up – By Melissa Benn

A few years ago I was walking around an art gallery on a late Sunday afternoon when I noticed a little girl aged 7 or 8 wearing a red hat and a red woollen coat. Sitting in a corner of the gallery, a book open in her... Read More »

How to build bridges between Journalism and PR

How to build bridges between Journalism and PR

My former FT colleague John Lloyd, author of a new book called Journalism and PR, has written a very bold and important comment piece about the two professions. Coming in the shadow of the Paris attack on journalists,... Read More »

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