Robert Smith

I am a tenacious and highly motivated b2b journalist with experience in news reporting, feature writing, and digital content creation across the communications, engineering, laboratory and sport industries. 

Three new agencies and more to come: How The Academy is quietly building a PR empire

The Academy has been quietly forming a group of specialist agencies over the past 12 months. Co-founder Mitch Kaye tells PRWeek UK about the importance of entrepreneurial leadership and why he's impatient to keep growing the business. From The Academy’s quirky offices in London, Kaye talks passionately about how he and agency co-founder Dan Glover are building a communications group that attempts to rival the best in the business. "To succeed in PR you need to be fleet-footed and entrepreneuri
Process Engineering

Battle stations: industrial cyber crime | Process Engineering

As computer hackers set sight on industrial targets, cyber security experts are throwing their weight behind a new class of solutions. Cyber security has taken quite a battering in recent years, with high-profile hack attacks frequently making the headlines worldwide. Over 33 million users of the online infidelity site Ashley Madison had their data publically leaked in July this year by a group of hackers dubbed ‘The Impact Team’. And early last year, hackers gained access to the records of m
Process Engineering

Engineering champions | Features | Process Engineering

As summers go, this one will be a pretty big one for sport fans. Later this month Brazil will play host to the FIFA World Cup, the world’s largest sporting event in terms of TV viewers. Then in July, Yorkshire will be the start line for the Tour de France, the world’s largest spectator event, with between 2-3 million cycling fans lining the route of the three-week race. Sandwiched in between these two is the quintessential English summer experience of tennis at Wimbledon. As sporting prizes,