Portland analysed geo-located tweets originating from Africa during the final three months of 2013.
2014 began with a policy ‘bang’, with the Prime Minister committing to continuing the triple-lock on increases in old age pensions.
Time was, corporate communication was relatively straightforward. The chief audiences for public companies were shareholders and equity analysts.
The last time a British Prime Minister hosted a G8 Summit, he was faced with clear-cut demands and a lot of noise.
In order to maintain relevance in an ever-changing world, diplomacy and politics must adapt.
Today, Portland’s Disputes Unit launched research showing that foreign litigants are outpacing British parties in the Commercial Court.
Only a few years ago, the dividing lines between the different PR disciplines in the corporate world were fairly sharply drawn.
I am delighted to present Portland’s guide to the next two and a half years of political history.
Welcome to issue 8 of the Portland Quarterly. As we come to the end of the party conference season here in the UK, attention will again turn to politics.
Welcome to issue 7 of the Portland Quarterly. For this second edition of 2012, we have gathered together a range of outside and in-house contributors.
Measurement and evaluation