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Weber Shandwick is a global PR firm. We are a creative studio of writers, designers, builders, strategists, conversation-starters, storytellers.
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An important initiative from our client
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Weber Shandwick CAN Feb 15
Welcome to Line Atallah, our new Montreal Office Manager for Canada!
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Weber Shandwick EMEA Feb 18
Kudos to the Weber Shandwick MENA team for being named Large Consultancy of the Year last week at the 2019 PRCA MENA Awards in Dubai!
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Weber Shandwick Feb 15
A healthy culture can be a company’s most valuable asset. Sarah Clayton and John Wisdom paint a picture of how to take a proactive, risk-management approach to culture in .
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Weber Shandwick Feb 15
Congrats to our client on producing the award-winning podcast “Two Scientists Walk Into A Bar” that landed an Innovation SABRE for Best in Audio: Podcasts + Music at last night’s North America awards:
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Weber Shandwick Feb 14
Congrats to our 'Q’ team on winning ‘Best Agency Disruption – Tools & Tactics’ at 's 2019 In2 SABRE awards!
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The Holmes Report Feb 13
Winner : BEST AGENCY DISRUPTION - TOOLS & TACTICS - Meet Q: AI Powered Community Management—
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Interpublic Group Feb 13
“We cont’d to drive growth across all major disciplines, led by , , , , , , , and .” Roth
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United Minds Feb 6
matters. So does . But many employers struggle to properly address both. Our own Sarah Clayton and Tai Wingfield explain:
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Weber Shandwick Feb 6
This week, explores fake food images, slime videos, interactive TV and more. Check it out and subscribe:
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Weber Shandwick Feb 5
Wishing you and your loved ones a happy and prosperous from all of us across the Weber Shandwick community. May you have good health, happiness and success in the year of the Pig!
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Weber Shandwick Feb 1
Check out our client ' work, setting up a "restaurant" with a nine-course menu of ingredients that can be found within the country, to create an accessible alternative to unhealthy foods and an inactive lifestyle.
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Weber Shandwick Jan 30
Even communications and marketing executives whose CEO has been publicly silent see the potential positive reputational impact.
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Weber Shandwick Jan 29
Congrats to Monique Kelley, Global Client Experience Lead, Health, on being honored by as a Top Women in PR award winner. The award recognizes bold women who are making an impact in the communications field.
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Weber Shandwick Jan 29
Our new report’s findings "reflect the new reality that everything a company does–from its formal advertising to its CEO statements–are now brand communications and tie back into brand image," says .
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Weber Shandwick Jan 28
As companies dedicate more time to discussing internally, CEOs are prepared to speak out. In our latest research on the topic, 66% of communications and marketing executives report their CEO is ready to respond to hot button issues.
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Weber Shandwick Jan 24
Communications and marketing executives have strong enthusiasm for CEO activism at their own organizations.
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The Holmes Report Jan 24
“There is no place to hide. Issues & crises can come to you from across the world, from customers to geopolitics. It’s about readiness & agility so you can respond instantly and transparently.” on Reputation in the Age of Rage
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The Holmes Report Jan 24
“We used to have 3 simple rules: it had to be true, credible, and relevant. In the post-truth era, these standards have been thrown out, and we are perpetuating this in the race for engagement,” says at Reputation in the Age of Rage with
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The Holmes Report Jan 24
On our ‘Reputation in the Age of Rage' panel with at , ’s : “There is a tension between speed & accuracy in a crisis, and social channels allow a wrong phrase to go from match to forest fire.”
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