PRWeek has doubled down to reflect all aspects of lockdown life, PR’s diversity conundrum and the primacy of purpose in producing real change.
Politically appointed comms aides demanded and received the right to review HHS and CDC communications with doctors and the public, according to media reports.
"I’ve never seen such widespread angst and low-grade depression. So, you might think I’m off my rocker when I tell you I’m optimistic about what’s ahead."
They’re concerned it could be a de facto Trump campaign ad.
At a time when society is being challenged to the extreme on so many fronts, it has never been more important for businesses and brands to step up and provide the purposeful leadership for which so many people are crying out.
The resilience of everyone has been tested to the extreme by the events of this year, but the PR industry has shown it has the strength and resilience to come through the other side battered but unbowed.
The lead-up to a polarized 2020 presidential election is playing out in extraordinary circumstances prompted by the COVID-19 pandemic and continuing horrific instances of racial injustice.
You might want to turn the volume down for this one.
Deserted streets and strangely muted cities and other destinations neutered by the coronavirus pandemic have reminded everyone how much visitors contribute to their DNA.
Why Unilever’s Good Humor ice cream brand inserted itself into a historical discussion about the racist roots of an iconic jingle.
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Account Director – Healthcare Communications Lipton Media London (Central), London (Greater)
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