Accredited Practioner (ACIPR) & Chair MEPRA Standards & Ethics
Head of Etisalat Group's Sustainability and Social Responsibility; Chair of the Middle East PR Association's Standards & Ethics Committee; 12 year PR veteran and amateur boxer, polo player, cyclist, photographer and videographer.
- Picture of the week - committees and coalitions wp.me/p2kJmk-iD 2 weeks ago
- Communicating in A World Without Newspapers - What Will Journalists/PRs do Next? wp.me/p2kJmk-iu 3 weeks ago
- @Loomik that camera is bigger than ur head! Making me feel v inferior :/ 3 weeks ago
Author Archives: stephenking2012
Last year (has it been that long!) I wrote this article on how journalism was one of the worst career options in the world – placed 196 out of 200. The one ‘positive’ element in this I had joked, was … Continue reading
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The Middle East region is a hive of opportunity and many entrepreneurial types are enticed to set up their own small and medium sized enterprise. Most are excited at the opportunities that social media provides as a way of reaching … Continue reading
When I first started my career in PR, I was tested on two things – my knowledge of the media and my ability to write interesting and accurate copy. That knowledge and this skill has saw me through ten years … Continue reading
PR agencies and PROs are being granted access to greater amounts of mission critical information than ever before. Sensitive financial information, public advocacy positions and legal arguments have become accessible to communicators as PR is seen as an increasingly critical … Continue reading
Not sure if this has anything to do with PR or if we can learn from it in any way… but it’s catchy and with such an enormous online following has to be case study for something…
Etisalat is the sponsor of the IIR Middle East CSR Summit taking place at the Address, Dubai Marina between May 20-22. I am delivering a presentation regarding how ISO26000 has helped share a common understanding of CSR across our operations … Continue reading
I think this is quite entertaining!