Case Study: The Pop Heard Round the World: Global Media Pushâ€¨ Propels Bubble Wrap’s 50th Anniversary Celebration
How do you give proper props to packaging material? If it’s the iconic brand Bubble Wrap, you get the media’s attention through a clever press kit and knowledgeable spokespeople.
Case Study: Bay Area Nonprofit Bag Effort Is Anything But Static, Embracing Viral Video and Bloggers to Save S.F. Bay
In a quest to curb the use of plastic grocery bags, the Bay Area nonprofit group Save the Bay went mano y mano with the deep-pocketed plastics industry, and was successful in spurring action among the public and government officials.
Employees should be reached through the same communications strategies and platforms they use when they’re not at work. Here’s how Dow Advanced Chemicals applied an external outreach model for best internal results.
Case Study: Beverage Trade Organization Brings in Big Partners, Rallies Soft Drink Rivals in Sweeping School Drink Effort
Looking to deflect criticism that it’s member companies were contributing to child obesity, the American Beverage Association launched a massive initiative that reduced calories in drinks shipped to schools by nearly 90%.
Case Study: PR Preparation Drives NFL Rookie Weekend Video Antics, Capped by a Viral Effort That Scores a Touchdown
When Seattle Seahawks rookie Golden Tate did his best imitation of singer Taylor Swift for the camera, it was a cause for celebration for trading card company Panini America.
Case Study: Aggressive Media Pitching Drives Business Intelligence iPad App Launch; Positions Maker as Early Adopter
Seeking to capture media attention for its new business intelligence iPad app, MicroStrategy and Schwartz Communications moved quickly to capitalize on the excitement of the iPad’s mass market introduction.
Case Study: Lockheed Missile Group Launches Peer-Driven Employee Recognition Program—Results Hit the Stratosphere
Facing a possible staffing shortage of epic proportions at the end of this decade, Lockheed Martin recognized the need to praise its employees’ good work—or risk losing them.