Two Taylor employees were part of the group that cofounded the initiative, which calls on PR firms to reveal diversity stats.
It’s the first time the world’s largest PR firm has released a full racial and ethnic breakdown of its U.S. staff.
The holding company parted ways with Goodwin after he tweeted about pandemic.
Israeli PR technology company Propel has launched a broadcast-monitoring product that covers TV and radio in more than a dozen countries.
The enhancements will help marketers and PR pros gain understanding of perceptions across media.
Essentials and Pro editions are new.
“Creativity hasn’t gone away. It will always be important, but the CMO was a very secondary C-suite figure until he or she embraced data and accountability.”
The deal will create a firm with $40 million in projected revenue this year.
Dependence on Europe means it suffered more than some rivals, agency group insists.
Charles to oversee the New York agency’s analytics capability.
People moves and account wins.
The firm’s U.S. workforce is 24.2% non-white.
This award was chosen from the winners of the four agency categories. All achievements were considered relative to the agency’s size and previous standing.
The GE and Pearson veteran replaces Jennifer Cohan as leader of the agency’s biggest office.
The agency’s president talks best-laid plans of moving into an office just before a pandemic hit.
The company blamed declining pass-through revenue for the dip.
She’ll be a clinical assistant professor in NYU’s School of Professional Studies.
CMG chairman and CEO Andy Polansky said that despite the pandemic, the firms “continue to outperform the sector.”
Robin Crawford was named head of the DC public affairs group.
The holding company’s overall revenue dropped 23% in the quarter.
While not a V-shaped recovery, but agencies are seeing clients think beyond the pandemic.
Among the first at the gate when the program opened, PR shops have mixed reviews about the process as a whole.
Bigger isn’t always better. With startups, it can be a detriment.
Large agencies are taking a look in the mirror. What they’re seeing is they still have work to do improving the balance of their top ranks, according to exclusive PRWeek data.
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