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Grayling Announces New Management Appointments in Russia

Grayling has announced changes in the management team of its Russian office. Milana Valieva, previously the Deputy Country Manager,...

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Grayling Brussels bolsters its communications capabilities with the appointment of Habib Msallem as Senior Manager

Grayling has announced the appointment of Habib Msallem as new Senior Manager for Communications in Brussels. Habib’s skillset as...

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UK rail industry reveals its biggest consumer rail campaign since the pandemic

Today the rail industry unveils ‘Let’s get back on track’, a national marketing campaign which celebrates rail’s role in...

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Global Health: What communications lessons can we learn from COVID-19?

From malaria to HIV, for decades communications has played a vital role in raising awareness of diseases and advocating...

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Eco-Score – the new labelling headache?

Grayling Brussels explores the new French environmental labelling scheme and the wider European debate on sustainable labelling. As the...

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Goodwill towards pharma is growing but inconsistent Grayling survey finds

Safety of treatments, honesty and ethics most important factors in US 2020 put a spotlight on the pharmaceutical industry...

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Slovenian Presidency of the Council of the EU Former model student turns into a wild child

The Current Slovenian situation July 1st marks the official start of Slovenia’s second Presidency of the Council of the...

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Communication in sports surrounding COVID-19 vaccines: Tokyo Olympics and the NFL

As vaccination rollouts continue around the world and more people are making the decision on whether or not to...

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Fit for 55: the clock starts ticking for Europe’s climate neutrality promise

Grayling Brussels explores the new package of legislation put forward by the European Commission to reduce emissions by 55%...

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