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CommsChat Mar 31
You’ve been quoted in my collection "Transcript of on the corporate response to the pandemic". Check it out:
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CommsChat Mar 31
You’ve been quoted in my collection "Transcript of on the corporate response to the pandemic". Check it out:
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CommsChat Mar 31
You’ve been quoted in my collection "Transcript of on the corporate response to the pandemic". Check it out:
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CommsChat Mar 30
Replying to @PRO_PR1
Just to clarify, it wasn't my intention to imply that women can't work. Having never seen it, I'd thought it was a film about a single father & so was surprised when that was not the case. I apologise, I could have worded my initial comment to say that better
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CommsChat Mar 30
G'night all
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CommsChat Mar 30
Check back for the post of the recap tomorrow morning
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CommsChat Mar 30
Alright that's the hour. Many thanks to Alastair from for the excellent topic tonight
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CommsChat Mar 30
We'll turn to for any final thoughts before the hour is up?
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CommsChat Mar 30
Final topic: What impact does the pandemic have on reputation? How can companies protect their reputations at this time?
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Advita Mar 30
Replying to @CommsChat
I think some people are starting to crave different stories but brands will need to tread carefully when they making the decision on what to engage on or not. There was a convo earlier about April Fools and my gut would say to stay away from that
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CommsChat Mar 30
Topic 3: What topics or areas should brands not engage with during this time?
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CommsChat Mar 30
Replying to @PRO_PR1
No not like that. I was just under the impression that there was a Mr Banks, but no Mrs Banks. It's not a statement on working mums in 1910.
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CommsChat Mar 30
Replying to @PRO_PR1
yes and I am being shamed for it!
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CommsChat Mar 30
Alright, I think everyone is on 'home-mode' at the moment, rather than comms-mode. We're probably going to call it a night soon
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alva Mar 30
Yes anything that is too sharp, commercially focused or risks being seen as profiteering is risky – pharma companies in particular have to be very careful on how their vital research efforts are being positioned
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CommsChat Mar 30
Replying to @alvareputation
And Brewdog! They're making hand sanitiser in the brewery
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alva Mar 30
Replying to @CommsChat
Good examples have been AstraZeneca making face masks, Dyson & Tesla ventilators and Mercedes breathing aids. Likewise, Pret’s free coffee and supermarkets’ dedicated shopping hours for NHS staff
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CommsChat Mar 30
(I'm told there are penguins)
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CommsChat Mar 30
(I've never seen Mary Poppins before (sacrilege, I know) but I am baffled as to why there's a wife and a nanny). Not-quite-
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CommsChat Mar 30
Topic 2: How should they engage with the current sentiments around healthcare workers and public health?
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