The Georgetown professor shares with PRWeek his purpose mission and the growing trend of issue advocacy in PR, which he pioneered when founding Porter Novelli.
The CEO discusses her agency’s positive numbers moving into 2021, taking care of employees through the pandemic and re-evaluating the firm’s purpose.
The media relations agency founder explains why he tells clients to think ‘past the placement,’ and discusses what the pandemic has meant to traditional broadcasting.
The founder and CEO of We Are All Human talks about this week's virtual Hispanic Leadership Summit, the economic power of the Hispanic population in the U.S. and the impact of COVID-19 on her community.
The CEO talks starting the position 5 months ago, his start at the agency 25 years ago, and navigating a difficult year from a business, personal and employee wellbeing point of view.
The CCO chats about working at a startup during the pandemic, true one-click checkout, the changing landscape of tech media and using Twitter for marketing and hiring.
The VP of global communications talks about welcoming a new baby during the pandemic, McDonald’s new purpose initiative, agency partnerships and the McPlant launch.
The chief corporate affairs and food safety officer discusses her unique job title and how the company develops initiatives around its mission and purpose.
The brewing giant’s VP of communications talks about changing beer trends and the company’s role in helping bars and restaurants during the pandemic.
The firm’s founder and CEO sits down to discuss the agency’s performance during lockdown, purpose in the financial sector and whether she would ever sell the agency.
The SVP and CCO drops in to discuss how the company is providing for essential workers, the Mrs. Butterworth’s controversy and his weekly basement jam sessions.
The founder and president of the eponymous firm talks about the importance of Hispanic and Latinx representation in the PR industry.
Xerox’s marcomms lead explains how she “blew things up” at the storied document management company.
The leader of the largest PR firm in the world describes coping with lockdown, family tragedy due to COVID-19, the business impact of the recession on his agency in 2020 and why it’s time for action communications.
Making it work in upstate New York, opening doors to all employees and offering shelter to West Coast workers escaping the fires.
The fast-talking, coffee-loving comms innovator bemoans the fact that PR firms are still unwelcoming and non-inclusive.
A third-generation marine and wounded warrior raises awareness about mental health: “It’s a societal issue; not a warrior issue.”
Former Obama press secretary and head of comms at McDonald's Robert Gibbs is back in the consulting world at Bully Pulpit Interactive, using his political wherewithal to advocate for brands, causes and candidates.
Former RNC press secretary and Rubio campaign comms director dishes on this year’s national conventions and how the parties have approached virtual formats.
The financial services specialist’s cofounder reflects on the hydra-like business of growing a company, attending to family and world domination.
Global head of content and publishing for Hill+Knowlton Strategies, Vikki Chowney discusses content platforms, the challenges of remote creation and the work she’s most proud of.
Advocacy organization’s cofounder & executive director talks about the importance of remuneration and finding a diverse internship pool: “Experience does not pay the bills.”
“The media wanted COVID stories—we gave them constructive COVID stories," says Nissan North America's VP of corporate communications.
“These stories are deeply inspirational.”
Coffee Break: Hold the PRess’ Sade Ayodele is calling out PR firms for virtue signaling on diversity
“Thirty days after you posted a black square, what have you done?”