Win’s Homesick Candles was a client of McQuade’s when he worked at M&C Saatchi PR.
Rosenberg was previously Allison+Partners’ chief creative officer.
Her experience as client and on creative side made her 'standout choice.'
Digital comms consultancy Wonderscript was launched last October.
It’s the first time Racepoint has had someone in the president role since mid-2018.
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Independent digital studio TheSoul Publishing has hired Eric Schultz from Golin, and appointed new agency partners Milk & Honey PR and 5W Public Relations, PRWeek can reveal.
The Brand Amp was the work wear company’s incumbent.
M&C Saatchi says it is pursuing cost-cutting measures including furloughing staff and reducing salaries of a "very large proportion" of its highest-paid employees amid the coronavirus crisis.
Federal and city grant and loan programs can help firms retain staff.
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A WPP team has held the business for more than a decade.
Data for earned media will appear in the same dashboard as outcomes for marketing campaigns.
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“Over the last couple of months, as coronavirus has become top-of-mind for all of us, it’s very important for executives to have an online presence and a voice.”
Exclusive: Sorrell predicts bullish Q4 recovery but warns spending through recession idea is ‘nonsense'
Sir Martin Sorrell, former chief executive of WPP and currently boss of S4 Capital (S4C), is now bullish that marketing services will enjoy a healthy rebound in the final quarter of this year, although he argues the old adage of brands ‘spending their way through a recession’ no longer applies.
SKDK named Seward Square founder Jason Rosenbaum as head of digital.
Consumers want brands to do what the government can’t, says the research.
Holding company also suspends share buybacks, dividend and financial guidance.
The firm helped Kiva with its International Women’s Day campaign.
It’s not as simple as just delaying campaigns for one year.
‘I have become a master at muting ‘dadadadas’ during meetings.’
From virtual meetings to daily newsletters, agencies are meeting new client needs caused by COVID-19.
Global agency holding groups have suspended or heavily restricted travel to high-risk zones and some clients have begun asking for contract ‘pauses’ in response to the spread of the virus, PRWeek has learned.
PR pros in the sector are walking a fine line between providing information and stopping panic.