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Prince talks about the return of Mexican Pizza, which blew up on social media when Taco Bell originally removed it from its menu in 2020.
Hirsch reveals the secret sauce inside his new versatile, agile, generalist agency.
Mesara discusses leading both marcomms roles at the 100-year-old cancer treatment center and her long career in comms.
Patrick discusses the importance of having role models in the C-suite and why purposeful business is good business.
Hoffman looks back at founding his agency in Silicon Valley almost 35 years ago and how PR has evolved over the decades.
LaBolt talks about working on the nomination of Ketanji Brown Jackson to the Supreme Court and how skills learned in the political realm are transferable to the corporate world.
Huq discusses the misconceptions around NFTs, what brands and communicators should know about them and the metaverse.
Tovar discusses moving from McDonald's to take the lead comms role at Grubhub 7 months ago and bringing on Golin as its consumer AOR.
Stake discusses the intersection of sustainability, DE&I and philanthropy, as well as pushing companies to use their power to do good in the world.
LaVoie talks about growing revenue at the specialist health agency by 18% in 2021 to $5.7 million, expanding the firm's investor relations practice and trends in biotech, science and health innovation.
The Ukrainian PR executive talks emotionally about the late February day when the invasion of her country by Russia commenced and explains how it has impacted her life since then.
Horwitz discusses what the firm will invest in, how it will communicate its narrative and opportunities and misconceptions around Web 3.0 and crypto.
Olguin discusses the agency’s 30th anniversary on March 18 and its return to the office plans.
Frymark discusses starting a new job in the middle of the pandemic, Mattel’s success of the past year and the role Barbie plays across the world.
Ramlet talks about Morning Consult’s growth, which has been spurred by its innovation in market research.
Recently celebrating 10 years at Imre, Smokler looks back on the development of the firm, current trends in the industry and what the future looks like in pharma marketing.
Guarnaccia reflects on new adaptations in the work environment, retaining employees during the Great Resignation and trends to look out for in the PR world.
Art Stevens offers a primer for firms looking to be acquired, discusses the recent growth in the PR market and shares tips for potential sellers on what to and not to do.
Recently appointed president of Mower, Crockett talks about how the agency has operated since the beginning of the pandemic, the work being done in small-towns versus big cities and her role overseeing the independent marketing and comms firm as a whole.
The 30-year industry veteran discusses climate change, PR firms’ role in fossil fuels and a future of automobiles without carbon.
Ryan discusses Diffusion’s direct-to-consumer annual index, its benefits and the impact e-commerce has made to the world of shopping.
The long-standing Democratic-leaning communicator and strategist talks about stepping back from SKDKnickerbocker, the firm where she has worked for almost 12 years.
The agency leader discusses changes over 35 years of satellite media tours, their purpose and why they will be around in the future.
PR agency trade body leader talks about trends in the business in 2021 and looks forward to 2022.
Lansons, New York CEO Josh Passman talks about the newly branded company.