- 17th September 2014Swedish Parliamentary Elections Insight
Sweden’s Social Democrats have emerged as the largest party following parliamentary elections in Sweden, but are likely to have to form a minority administration. Although the Social Democrats, led by Stefan Löfven (pictured left) gained only one seat, the governing centre-right Alliance lost more than 30 seats, mainly to the Sweden Democrats, an anti-immigration party, which more than double its number of representatives in parliament.
- 19th September 2014Nikolaj Buchardt becomes CEO of Burson-Marsteller Denmark
Copenhagen 19th September 2014 – Burson-Marsteller, a leading global public relations and communications firm, today announced that Nikolaj Buchardt has been named CEO of Burson-Marsteller Denmark, effective October 14th, taking over from Maria Sennels.
The Cast blog
- 3rd September 2014Image is All
It’s time to look at the fourth in my series of Ten Global Communication Trends for 2014: Image is All. From the face that launched a thousand ships to the ice bucket challenge that spawned millions of dollars of charity donations, visuals have always had the power to move. Interestingly the ice bucket challenge was not a PR campaign but took flight when a golfer and then a sufferer got involved, giving an added element of authenticity.
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