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The SVP and CCO walks us through a day in his life at the renowned ecommerce company.
Heimann walks through a day in her life as president at one of the largest PR agencies in the world.
The CCO explains what makes his office -- and Cisco's culture -- unique
The senior director of Reebok's global newsroom talks moving into a new global headquarters.
Driscoll dishes on everything from her morning routine to what she wishes she knew before starting an agency.
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The Current Marketing founder and president explains how she goes from making breakfast at home to her unique office and back every day.
The Golin co-CEO explains the nuances of living and working in the U.S. vs. the U.K. and other details of the daily grind at his agency.
Why North 6th Agency CEO Matt Rizzetta never throws away a card.
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The top communicator at IAC explains what she does in layman's terms and looks back at hits and misses from the tech sector's history.
Brandwatch's founder and CEO on the subtle, but important, differences between working in the U.S. and U.K. and explaining a data-driven business in layman's terms.
Chobani's senior communications manager chats with PRWeek about her work, life, and where the two intersect.
The Cooney Waters EVP explains how she stays sane despite waking up at 4:45 a.m. and commuting two hours to work - not to mention running marathons and the occasional ultramarathon.
ColorComm president Lauren Wesley Wilson explains what her organization does, what she misses about her previous life on Capitol Hill and in the agency world, and what TV gets wrong about the Washington, D.C., crisis communications fixer.
The Rubicon Project's chief communications officer explains how he makes the most of bad traffic and why his commute is a 400 on a scale of one to 10.