Awards season can be a stressful time for creatives, so Mark Kelly decided to inject a bit of fun into it.
Burger King, Mastercard, Unilever, Woojer and Telenor Pakistan work also wins Grands Prix on day four.
On May 25, exactly a year after George Floyd was murdered, a group of comms leaders convened to discuss their roles in ensuring organizations make the necessary, deep changes to advance DEI.
COVID-19 exposed many ills the healthcare sector must cure. As this third episode of our five-part series highlights, it also inspired much creative and collaborative thinking to find those remedies.
From its commitment to purpose to consistency across its house of brands, Danone practices what it preaches in terms of holistic health. This conversation with VP Kallie Goodwin highlights that and more.
Find out in the new eBook from Intrado Digital Media and PRWeek.
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Early in the pandemic, employers showed an abundance of flexibility for employees, but it’s not necessarily sustainable for the business long-term. As you prepare a re-entry plan, assess key criteria to determine the right timing and sequence for a transition back to the workplace.
Consumers are all over digital channels telling brands what they want. A recent webcast, presented by NetBase Quid, will help you maximize the benefits your brand reaps from those conversations.
Fears of being replaced by AI once existed among PR pros. Those same people are starting to appreciate how the technology actually increases their value, as Intrado Digital Media explores in their new eBook...
Comms is so reliant on media intelligence that PR pros must be better than just good. This eBook, presented by NetBase Quid, is a powerful tool to optimal proficiency.
While the pandemic seriously challenged the food and beverage sector, valuable lessons were learned. Industry leaders shared many of them during this Lippe Taylor-hosted roundtable.
Unsung hero. The agribusiness sector fits that bill. How that story is getting told to a more receptive audience is at the heart of this second installment of this forward-looking five-part video series.
People moves, account wins and other comms news.
“Don’t let the fear of being cast as “inexperienced” stop you from sharing your ideas, trying new strategies or speaking out when something isn’t right,” says Brittany St. Louis.
The San Diego-based startup is using a different twist to pitch reporters and editors.
The synthetic media platform uses deep learning and artificial intelligence.
The merger comes as the CTV industry continues to explode.
Avril Lavigne, Alicia Silverstone and Cher found fun ways to join the platform.
Brent Colburn exits Princeton for the University of California; John McAfee’s Instagram posts ‘Q’ image after his death.
Fortnite’s Travis Scott collaboration Astronomical takes the top prize in Digital Craft, while Ogilvy scores another Grand Prix for Dove.
Dove Men+Care and Coca-Cola among gold Lions winners.
Richter talks building out her team, going back to the office and the biggest marketing and communications news of the week.
Organic revenue at Next 15 increased 17 per cent in the three months to 30 April 2021 versus the same period last year, with growth accelerating since.
Brunswick has agreed to sell a 10.7 per cent stake to US merchant bank BDT Capital Partners, valuing the business at around £500m.
Puleo was previously Weber Shandwick’s SVP for corporate comms and issues management.
Most recently, she was the SVP of external affairs at Blue Shield of California.
The sandwich chain contends its tuna sandwiches actually do contain tuna, adding that DNA testing is not reliable.
The agency hopes to raise 10 million euros and list on the Spanish stock market BME Growth.
However, getting journalists to respond and measuring impact are PR’s big challenges.