What happens if you’re back at the office and (gasp) working late.
As the U.S. contemplates the next administration, recent Q3 financials show PR performing relatively well and holding companies targeting aggressive real estate realignments to reflect future working models.
Numerous obstacles comms has long faced have only been heightened by the inescapable uncertainty of 2020 — as evidenced by this fourth annual Comms Report from Cision and PRWeek, PR is up to the task.
More anxious, less joyful and worried about remote learning and the government’s response, according to research from Civis Analytics/Finn Partners.
People moves, account wins and other comms news.
Facebook acknowledges technical error affecting political ads; PR agency Seed Factory releases short horror film.
The chief communications officer of Children's of Alabama and chair of the PRSA discussed how the children’s hospital has been handling the COVID-19 pandemic, and recapped the PRSA ICON 2020 conference and the organization’s CEO search.
She joins the company on November 16.
Brands aren’t letting a virus scare away all the fun.
Brands are getting inventive to keep trick-or-treaters safe.
But the holding company’s merger with Stagwell Group is progressing.
Staff below board level will be eligible for bonuses.
Lower demand for M&A, financial comms and large corporate reputation work was to blame.
The tool offers PR pros customizable data points and a dashboard.
WPP’s PR arm improves in Q3 amid “robust” client demand; Girl Scouts of the U.S.A. removes social media post after backlash.
Heinrich is a veteran of Edelman’s Chicago office.
WPP reported an improved performance in its PR division in the third quarter of 2020, citing strong demand for comms services.
The integrated account encompasses PR, advertising and marketing and runs until 2022, with an option to extend until 2024.
Fast-moving communications teams are most likely to drive change across organizations, say comms leaders from Procter & Gamble and John Hancock.
Brands also have “close inner circles” and “private islands,” ya’ know.
Powerful dynamics are creating ripples in the election conversation cycle.
A large part of the initiative was making carbon emissions tangible to consumers.