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88% of female tech professionals agree that CEOs have a responsibility to speak up on important societal issues, compared to 77% of male tech professionals.
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Weber Shandwick Oct 15
There’s no playbook anymore for CEOs on taking a stand. More on our research in ’s .
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Weber Shandwick Oct 12
Congrats to our client on its IPO this week. Proud of the work we did to help support the company’s branding and launch. Learn more about the solutions they provide to power the globe at .
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Weber Shandwick Oct 12
In this week’s newsletter, tackles fake interviews, self-destructing art and a new Internet phenomenon called “Voldemorting.” For more ideas from innovators reshaping media, sign up here:
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Weber Shandwick Oct 12
Turns out tech professionals are much more in favor of in comparison to general consumers. More on our latest research findings in .
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Weber Shandwick Oct 11
Thrilled we won gold with client Consumer Healthcare for best use of social media for !
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LAGRANT Foundation Oct 11
Come and learn the ins and outs of internships at from the St. Louis team on Friday, Nov. 9th from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. RSVP now with your resume to carmenhuerta@lagrant.com.
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Weber Shandwick Oct 11
How did our 3PM team work with client prep to capitalize on a much-anticipated winning moment for one pro-football team? Read more in :
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Weber Shandwick Oct 10
When managing through change, organizations often don’t focus enough on one aspect – communication to their people. Manager Morgan Galbraith in on four ways companies can adjust their approach.
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Weber Shandwick Oct 10
Congrats to Managing Director, North Asia Tyler Kim on being named to 's . Under his leadership, Korea has grown into one of the market’s largest agencies.
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Weber Shandwick Oct 8
88% of tech professionals want CEOs to speak out when company values are threatened.
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Casey Oct 8
Staggering statistics from to kick off this morning. The industry is lacking in diversity & inclusion—but we’ve known that. So now, it’s up to PR professionals to help attract, embrace, and retain diverse talent across our field.
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Weber Shandwick Oct 5
Why do CEOs have a responsibility to speak up? Tech professionals across the seven surveyed countries share their thoughts on :
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Boston U. PRSSA Oct 4
Thanks to Ian Cohen for coming in today and showing us the amazing content you created at ! An important lesson from today: “The pace of change will never be this slow again”
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John Philip Vernon Oct 4
So incredibly proud of our team for putting on such a fantastic panel event tonight ~ such a rich, meaningful & engaging conversation filled with so many valuable stories & insights!
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Campaign Middle East Oct 4
New appointments at MENA see Ghaleb Zeidan promoted to UAE MD role along with promotions to Deputy MD for Rachel Dunn and Noura Al Sarraj. Congrats!!!
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Weber Shandwick Oct 3
Our own joins and to host a panel about the unique challenges of pitching yourself tomorrow. Sign-up to attend:
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Weber Shandwick Oct 3
The top issues tech professionals think CEOs should express opinions on are job/skills training, equal pay, and privacy and personal data protection:
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Weber Shandwick CAN Oct 2
Michelle Crespi, leading producer for Bell Media, on reflecting audience diversity in programming: "It's not just letting people talk. It's listening to them, and then actually implementing it."
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Weber Shandwick CAN Oct 2
On to How Diversity of Thought Leads to Powerful Storytelling, led by our very own . Big thank you to and the team for participating!
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