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by Jeremy Galbraith on 28th August 2012
In June, Robyn de Villiers and I presented at the annual conference of The Institute for Public Relations & Communication Management (Southern Africa), aka PRISA, in Johannesberg on global communications trends. Following this, PRISA asked me to write an article based on the presentation for their monthly magazine Communika. This was published in the August edition.
by Jeremy Galbraith on 21st June 2011
Greece is in political and economic turmoil, there are demonstrations across Spain against economic austerity measures and Belgium hasn’t had a government since the federal elections in June of last year…
by Jeremy Galbraith on 28th April 2010
Despite a generally Eurosceptic public there is little evidence that Europe is an issue that determines a significant number of votes at general elections, although the UK Independence Party has had impressive results at the last two European elections.
by Jeremy Galbraith on 18th March 2008
Today marks many ‘firsts’. We have a new website for Burson-Marsteller in Europe, Middle East and Africa, and I also have the pleasure of being the first writer on our new blog, The Cast. This is not just the first time I have blogged, but I am also doing so one-handed. Thanks to an out-of-control skier who crashed into me at high speed on the piste in Zermatt, I am writing this at the digital equivalent of a hobble.
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