The firm is planning for post-pandemic growth.
People moves, account wins and other PR related news.
The push demands firms not work with fossil fuel companies or industry groups, and calls on staffers to pressure executives to that end.
Edelman is the latest in a host of agencies hired by the Saudi project this year.
The agency is amplifying the city’s positioning as a destination and increasing awareness about its history and attractions.
CEOs are ready for the Biden administration.
Bulchandani will be responsible for driving all aspects of the firm’s core business in the U.S. and Canada, including PR and influence.
Wendy Lund will depart at year's end to serve as chief communications officer at Organon.
She replaces Carrie Galli, who left for W2O.
Next 15 says it continued to perform "ahead of management expectations" in the three months to 31 October. Organic revenue decline narrowed to three per cent in Q3, versus a 6.6 per cent dip in the first half.
The agency said it conforms to all industry ethical standards and practices.
The firm says the tools will help clients “see around corners."
The chapter also named a new executive committee and board members.
The McCann Worldgroup chairman and CEO, and former Weber Shandwick chief, announced his retirement last month.
The PRCA’s Public Affairs Board is investigating after a complaint was lodged that a Portland lobbyist may have breached ethical codes when “secretly” serving as an adviser to the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) during the pandemic.
The brand is pushing into new markets after state legalization measures were approved on Election Day.
Gennaro served in the U.S. Navy from 1988 to 1994.
APCO Worldwide has acquired TWC Associates, the three-strong boutique London-based business strategy consultancy, for an undisclosed sum.
The federal government and the private sector will have their work cut out for them encouraging people to get the vaccine, and telling them how to do so.
Communicators also have a role to play moving the country forward.
Yes, say veterans who accuse agencies of missing the big picture while “fetishizing youth.”
In a year marked by uncertainty, PR firms are making Election Day slightly less stressful.
The pandemic has kept firms from hiring, holding back their efforts to bring on executives of color.