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.
Welcome to issue 6 of the Portland Quarterly. In the first edition of 2012, we focus on the theme of partnerships.
Across the economy, politics and communications, Portland’s finest offer their views on what issues will drive the news and policy agendas in 2012.
Measurement and evaluation