Jennifer Temple, CCO of HPE, tells PRWeek's Steve Barrett about what she and HPE CEO Antonio Neri hope to get out of being in Davos this week, why it's so important for companies to communicate from a place of empathy, and how a corporation the size of HPE makes sure it's doing things the right way.
Ted Birkhahn, president of the recently launched Hot Paper Lantern, joins the podcast to talk about why he and his partner, CEO Ed Moed, split from Peppercomm. Also: Gillette's toxic masculinity ad, Stuart Smith's new job, State Farm's PR AOR, and WE's acquisition of a content shop.
Ray Kotcher, professor of the practice of PR, and Arunima Krishna, assistant professor of PR at Boston University's College of Communication, join the podcast to discuss the results of the PRWeek/Boston University Bellwether Survey.
The founder of Jennifer Bett Communications joins the podcast to discuss the evolution of the PR industry and her own career. Also: the Bird Box Challenge, Chris Monteiro exits KPMG, and ICR's latest acquisition.
Manny Ruiz, founder of NostalgiaCon, joins Steve Barrett and Frank Washkuch to discuss the launch of his latest venture. Also: a look back on the biggest PR stories in 2018 and predictions for the new year.
Weber Shandwick CEO Andy Polansky joins the podcast to discuss how the world's second largest PR agency adapts to industry headwinds.
PR Council president Kim Sample joins the podcast to talk about her role at the organization. Plus: the PRWeek Awards shortlist, PRWeek Hall of Fame, and ICF Next.
The founder and CEO of Manifest Group joins the podcast to discuss his agency's fast expansion and creative philosophy. Also: State Farm's review, Burger King's stunt, and Fearless Girl on the move.
The longtime Edelman executive joins the podcast to discuss his journey at the world's largest PR firm. Also: Whole Foods's new AOR, the agency model evolution, the overtime epidemic in PR, and Pete Davidson's apology.
The founder of Bully Pulpit Interactive joins the podcast for a post-election report.
On this week's podcast: our favorite Halloween activations, Golin's repositioning, MSLGroup's new CEO, and Deirdre Latour's new job.
On this week's podcast: the first PRWeek 40 Under 40 baby, agency holding companies' Q3 reports, and the PR job boom.
Live from Chicago: the comms chief at Bechtel talks about what it means to be empowered in corporate America and her a-ha career moment.
On this week's podcast: the Disney-Fox merger, a senior-level departure from BCW, and Hill+Knowlton's separation from SJR.
PRWeek's Steve Barrett has a special report from Advertising Week New York on what makes great branded entertainment.