Dunkin’ tried and unsurprisingly failed this week. Or did they?
The WPP firm will focus on two Walnut organizations’ relationships with growers and handlers.
Moreau is the 17,000-store-strong chain’s VP of PR.
This week’s Haymarket Media Coronavirus Briefing is 1,135 words and will take you six minutes to read.
Craft’s Brian Donahue on communicating in the most disruptive age in modern history.
Excited or bored? The creative agency's system will measure feelings of attendees.
Interpublic makes it official, names Krakowsky as Roth’s successor; IPG Q3 numbers; Trump walks off ‘60 Minutes’ interview; AOC encourages young voters on blowout Twitch session.
The organization is hoping to replicate its success on Instagram, where it has 1.8 million followers.
It’s the WPP firm’s second C-level appointment of this month following the departures of Jim Joseph and Ben Boyd.
ExxonMobil says hypothetical Trump call “never happened”; Trump and Biden will be muted for parts of Thursday’s debate.
A lot rides on the election for comms and marketing firms vying for federal contracts.
The team’s EVP and chief brand officer and chair of the NFL Foundation shares lessons learned as a communicator in professional football.
Plus: Appealing to polycultural audiences.
The company wants to be clear: there’s no relation to Sen. David Perdue (R-GA).
The new unit, DxI, will be led by former Wunderman Thompson chief data officer Yannis Kotziagkiaouridis.
Longtime agency veteran Donovan Roche will head it.
The group, assembled by former Grey global creative chairman Per Pedersen, aims to bust the silos of legacy holding groups with a new agency-owned model. It includes The Sway Effect.
The council was formed to help foster closer relationships between the two nations after they signed a historic agreement to normalise relations.
IPG to keep pay reductions for top execs for rest of 2020; Political propaganda disguised as local journalism.
WPP and Publicis have ended COVID salary cuts.
David Pemsel, former chief executive of Guardian Media Group, has set up a brand-building and comms agency with The Communications Store (TCS) chief executive Julietta Dexter and chief creative officer Daniel Marks. As a result, TCS will operate as ScienceMagic.Inc with immediate effect.
In a year marked by uncertainty, PR firms are making Election Day slightly less stressful.
PRWeek’s associate news editor joins The PR Week to recap the 2020 PRDecoded conference and Purpose Awards, as well as the latest industry news.