There will also be an advisory board for CEO Eric Yuan.
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The company also named Mission North as its PR AOR.
Weber Shandwick has appointed Deloitte business leader Ipelegeng Thibedi as chief executive of its African operations. She replaces Jill Hamilton.
The new operation will be helmed by Wunderman Thompson’s former Indonesia CEO.
A WPP team has held the business for more than a decade.
Consumers want brands to do what the government can’t, says the research.
Edelman has guaranteed to protect the jobs of his global agency's 6,000-strong workforce during the coronavirus outbreak, PRWeek has learned.
She starts in the role April 6.
There's no shame in admitting it.
He replaces Tony Cervone, who is retiring.
Sheil served at Cleveland Clinic for 17 years.
An employee of the San Francisco bank tested positive for the virus.
This year’s campaign theme is #EachforEqual.
Brands and agencies need to adapt quickly to a flexible way of working to avoid mass disruption.
Fernandez is leaving LLYC, where he is U.S. CEO.
Consumer sentiment and sales are strong, the brand said.
Fitzgerald has served as SVP of integrated marketing and communications since 2013.
The firm is doing more work in litigation consulting, said segment leader Mark McCall.
Myers is stepping down months after Ann Sarnoff joined as CEO.
Execs share their tips for communicating with staff about COVID-19 and WFH issues.
It’s not as simple as just delaying campaigns for one year.
‘I have become a master at muting ‘dadadadas’ during meetings.’
Firms are losing work but gaining other assignments amid the pandemic.
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.
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.
Since launching in 2017, the healthcare startup has been making waves with its innovative style and simple, impactful messaging
Avocados From Mexico targets older people in its new marketing.
"We've focused squarely on being a leader in what we've always been: a leader in weight loss with the highest amount of support and delicious meals."