Publicis Groupe will 'not be a Zoom company' or '100% in-office company,' CEO said in video.
Finn Partners has promoted Debbie Flynn, formerly managing partner of Finn Travel Europe, to global travel practice leader.
The IPG firm will work on media and social media for the CDC’s Center for Global Health.
The firm will be rebranded as Stripe Theory as it joins Michael Nyman’s network.
Next 15 is 'actively marketing' about one-third of its real estate in London, New York and San Francisco after deeming it 'surplus to requirements' amid the shift to more home working.
The network is launching a global technology group to support its agencies and enable more collaboration.
The IPG agency will build strategic earned media, social media and influencer plans for J&J’s Neutrogena, Clean & Clear and Aveeno brands in the U.S.
The move unites tens of thousands of global employees under a single Dentsu brand
The appointment was announced as longtime Edelman leader Amanda Goh left this month.
People moves, account wins and other comms news.
Stock price underwent a temporary bounce.
The world’s largest communications network has begun hiring and restoring the full pay of staff after a spring that was “no fun”, according to Richard Edelman.
W2O’s buying spree continues after gobbling up social analytics firm Symplur and advertising and medical education shop 21Grams this year.
Edelman announces new focus on ‘action communications’ and corporate affairs in wake of COVID-19 and Black Lives Matter
Richard Edelman, CEO of the world’s biggest PR firm, has launched a new mantra for his agency; challenging the comms sector and business in general to focus on action rather than words.
SVP Kristin Hooper will lead the offering.
Johnson was most recently MD in APCO Worldwide’s New York office.
The state is reviewing its call to award the seven-figure campaign to Rally.
Jacobstahl will keep its branding and leadership.
The service will enable communicators to predict consumer behavior, reduce risk and quantify commercial impact, the firm said.
The firm will create data-driven content with a strong focus on media relations for the financial services company.
Agency leaders say they are “cautiously optimistic” as they plan for next year after months of unprecedented challenges.
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.