People moves, account wins and other comms news.
Jo Ann Saitta, Larry Mickelberg (pictured) and Marcos Mendell are joining the healthcare specialist network.
Called DKCulture, the group will also advise clients on internal DEI issues.
She’d worked at Edelman since 2012.
It’s a newly created position in one of Golin’s fastest-growing countries by revenue.
She is an EVP in Edelman’s crisis and risk practice.
Conroy Boxhill and Sandy Skees are co-leading the formalization of the agency’s DEI work.
SEC Newgate has increased its stake in Newington to 100 per cent and merged it with sister shop SEC Newgate UK – the first step to rebranding all its agencies SEC Newgate by the year end, excluding consumer-focused Publicasity.
People moves, account wins and other PR news.
Gen Z calls for meaningful action from leaders in the wake of ongoing turmoil.
The deal will bolster Allison’s ESG and b-to-b capabilities.
The Dutch electronics company is reviewing creative, media and communications globally, and has invited four major holding companies to participate.
APCO says the deal will boost its social impact and sustainability capabilities.
Event was cancelled last year due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Good Relations has expanded into New York with the first international office in the agency's 60-year history, PRWeek has learned.
The industry's biggest annual review of the agency sector is underway and PR firms are invited to submit their U.S. and global information.
The response follows the U.S. Capitol riot.
The firm convened a panel of leaders on Wednesday morning to discuss plummeting trust in institutions.
The combined firms expect to see $20 million in revenue this year.
The public especially mistrusts the media, the US and China, according to the research series’ latest report.
Private equity has been looking at agency groups.
‘That person cannot be trusted’: Top comms execs throw cold water on ex-Trump staffers’ job prospects
Executives were open to hiring outgoing Trump aides. That all changed with the January 6 insurrection on Capitol Hill.
CEOs and industry leaders condemned the attack on the Capitol and called for the peaceful transition of power. But many challenges lie ahead.
But the franchises are moving at different paces -- if they’re moving at all.
Tips from leaders at Google, Target and firms like Praytell, Hotwire and Allison+Partners on recognizing the toll COVID-19 is taking on staff.