New look Influence website launches with latest issue out now

The new issue of the CIPR's award-winning Influence e-zine is out today. Hosted on a new look website, members can now access their latest exclusive content alongside a host of the best blogs in the PR and communications industry. 

The latest issue takes a close look at the world of sport, exploring how the FA are revitalising their communications as the Women’s Euros gets underway, and how challenges facing the horse-racing industry have led to attempts to reverse its bad reputation. 

This issue also sees the launch of the new ‘Access’ series of interviews discussing the vision, stories, and partnership opportunities that interest leading editors, heads of content, and producers. This issue features City AM’s Editor, Andy Silvester, Robb Report UK’s Editor in Chief, Nick Scott, and Founder and Editor in Chief of House of Coco, Laura Bartlett. 

Members will also find features on whether a PR and comms strategy can mitigate the looming macro-economic climate, opportunities presented for brands and business by the emerging Web3 and metaverse, and the power and impact of reverse mentoring. 

Lysanne Currie, Influence editor

Today's launch of our latest e-zine and fresh new-look website is the next chapter in the development and growth of Influence. This one-stop-shop brings the Influence brand under one umbrella and gets readers to both the latest blogs and member-exclusive content in a more convenient and user-friendly way. 

The issue is full of the same industry-leading content members have come to expect from Influence including case studies from across the business world and thoughts on the role of PR in providing solutions for future challenges. I'm particularly excited to present our new "in conversation with..." Access series that provides members with practical insight on engaging with editors and influencers from across the media landscape.  

This is just the beginning and I look forward to hearing the thoughts and views of members as we continue to make Influence the best place for thought-leading content in the PR world.

Lysanne Currie, Influence editor

From today, CIPR members can claim CPD points on even more learning activities, including reading eligible Influence articles. Look out for the CPD points logo.

Visit the new Influence website or log in to read the latest exclusive e-zine content.


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The CIPR advances professionalism in public relations by making its members accountable to their employers and the public through a code of conduct and searchable public register, setting standards through training, qualifications, awards and the production of best practice and skills guidance, facilitating Continuing Professional Development (CPD), and awarding Chartered Public Relations Practitioner status (Chart.PR).