CEOs are ready for the Biden administration.
It's the first time the grocery goods brand has retained a firm for ongoing PR work in the U.S.
She’s a 20-year veteran of Discovery.
The firm says the tools will help clients “see around corners."
“I am so happy to learn from others. It is a two-way conversation I would love to have,” says Martin Renaud.
The company also appointed Emily Garbaccio as global head of corporate communications.
The Office of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex also named Toya Holness as press secretary.
The bank released the campaign shortly after signing on to Mastercard’s True Name initiative.
Asia performed the worst among regions, and although the company says pandemic pains have eased slightly, a cost-cutting cull aims to reduce the international agency roster from 160 to just six.
Despite the pandemic, both technology-driven companies are reportedly planning to go public this year.
McDonalds's retained Brunswick, R/GA, Weber Shandwick, Jack Morton and Wieden + Kennedy for the launch.
President Trump’s response this week to the prospect of losing the election may have been authentic and on brand, but it was unbefitting of the office and not what the country needs right now.
The China-based technology giant also renewed a $1.9 million deal with Racepoint Global.
She’s serving as director of corporate communications at the ecommerce giant.
An election dispute would be an unprecedented messaging minefield, an Edelman survey found.
Davenport is a veteran of Fanie Mae, the National Association of Manufacturers and H+K.
She joins the company on November 16.
Lower demand for M&A, financial comms and large corporate reputation work was to blame.
Three influential young execs discuss finding an unconventional path at PRDecoded.
More than four in 10 respondents to a Greentarget survey say a Biden administration wouldn’t be the end of disinformation.
Yes, say veterans who accuse agencies of missing the big picture while “fetishizing youth.”
The escalation of turmoil in Kenosha is the latest instance of social unrest triggered by law enforcement.
‘One of the biggest change management moments we’ve ever experienced’: How agencies are helping clients navigate re-entry
Businesses are playing it safe in bringing employees back to the office.
“We were facing our toughest crisis ever and working harder than ever with a margin for error smaller than ever – and having all that complicated by none of us being in the same place,” says CCO Josh Earnest.
Trade bodies are helping members get ready to reopen while keeping employees and customers safe.
The CEO and president leaned on communications to quickly and accurately describe how his hospitals were dealing with the height of the COVID-19 pandemic.
COVID-19 and George Floyd’s death drove millions of dollars in donations to historically Black colleges, but United Negro College Fund CEO Michael Lomax says this is just the start.
Having arrived at Unilever as an “outsider,” Garcia shares how purpose is leading the charge to action during the pandemic and toward fighting social injustice.
The marketing vet and Ferrero North America CEO discusses what he expects from his agencies and PR partners, as well as his company’s plans for U.S. growth.
Davis wants to help people see the ability of her athletes.