Founder John Hall is looking for clients in wireless and future-of-work industries.
The methodology, launched in partnership with NetBase Quid, makes it easier for clients to determine their cultural relevance.
The campaign by Women that Fight, a coalition of advertising creatives, takes the dystopian view that women can protect themselves from abortion restrictions by abstaining from sex – and using a sex toy instead.
The WPP firm is concurrently expanding its Brazil-based shop Ideal globally.
UN secretary-general António Guterres called out the PR industry for its willingness to “shield the fossil-fuel industry from scrutiny” in a speech yesterday.
Lund previously served as CEO of GCI Health, which is WPP’s integrated, global healthcare communications agency, for more than a decade.
Phillips has worked at companies including BioIQ, Advectis and Brightree.
Fleischer assumes the top executive position with DDC founder B.R. McConnon set to exit the firm.
The business units will primarily focus on underrepresented founders.
MikeWorldWide will support Sodexo Live’s bounceback from the pandemic.
Ketchum is helping the nonprofit break mental health stigmas and expand access to care.
Glennon is helping clients with messaging about crypto’s reputation.
WA will tap into Finn Partners’ geographic footprint, which stretches across three continents and 33 offices.
None of the agencies under investigation attended the hearing.
King, who has been chief operating officer, leaves Directoire.
Julie Andreeff Jensen and David Sutphen are co-CEO’s of the strategic advisory firm.
The injection will fuel Highwire’s expansion of its integrated comms and digital marketing services.
Didawick worked at Blue Cross for two decades.
New hire Nadine Redd Blackburn and Emil Hill are co-leading the specialty.
With employees in person only a few days a week, firms are maximizing their time together.
Getting employees back to their desks is proving more challenging than companies anticipated. CCOs tell PRWeek how they’ve gotten results, and the most out of teams in a hybrid environment.
Many employees are scared, or at least unsure of how state laws could affect them, and they’re looking for clarity from their employers.
Recession fears and inflation are prompting companies to pump the brakes on hiring, cutting down options for job seekers.
And the VCs and ambitious, young tech executives are driving growth in other industries across South Florida.