Deborah Gray CEO and founder Canela PR

Getting to know Canela team: Deborah Gray

As part of our “Getting to know” section of the blog, we inaugurate the new series “Getting to know Canela team”, in which every month a member of the team of Canela PR will share with all of us his/her thoughts as well as experience and anecdotes in the communications world. Today we start this section with our Director and Founder, Deborah…

Lisbon’s top 10 places to visit in Spring

To celebrate the fact that Canela Portugal is hosting the ECCO International PR Network in Lisbon on the 11th – 13th May, travel and lifestyle blogger and native Lisbonite Tiago Di Costa Miranda has drawn up a list of the top 10 places to visit in the city this Spring.   Lisbon’s top 10 places…

Lisbon, bouncing back, stronger than ever

Catarina Sanjuan, Director of Canela’s office in Lisbon explains why Lisbon has emerged from the recent recession as a destination for entrepreneurs from all over the world. Lisbon, bouncing back, stronger than ever     There is a new Lisbon, no doubt. Although we´re still healing from some rough years caused by a huge economic…

Repairing broken promises

The following blog post is a guest article from Thorsten Hofmann, fellow of the Politics and Public affairs mBa at Quadriga University of applied sciences in Berlin. He is also manager of the business consultancy advice Partners and is chairman of both the Crisis Communication Task force, and the communication network eCCo International Public relations. Here he examines…

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Interview Inés Ballester

As part of our “Getting to know” series, where we interview well known journalists in Spain, here we have an interview with Inés Ballester. Inés is a well known presenter on Spanish TV and is famous for heading up, for six consecutive seasons, the morning TV programme Por la Mañana, along with the Spanish journalist Iñaki del…

Portugal Political Overview

Portugal Political Overview   After the general elections, the Socialist Party (PS) leader António Costa was appointed PM on 24th November 2015. However his “left-center” Government, who has the support in Parliament of the Communists (PCP) and the Left Bloc (BE, kind of Portuguese Syriza), is likely to face medium-term instability. While Socialists, (PS), who…