Co-Winner: MWW When MWW founder, CEO and president Michael Kempner in 2010 spearheaded a management led buy-out from the Interpublic Group of Companies, the decision caused a surge of interest in the East Rutherford, N.J.-based… Continued
Winner: Fraser Communications The mantra at Fraser Communications is “doing well by doing good.” For the past 14 years the PR agency has worked on advocacy campaigns in multiple areas, ranging from early literacy to… Continued
Indira Abidin has experience tackling PR campaigns rooted in topics not discussed in polite society. Read some takeaways from her work on “World Toilet Day.”
Reports have surfaced that a massive fast food protest will be staged next week around the country. Employees from McDonald’s, Wendy’s and Burger King are all expected to walk out of their jobs to voice concerns about poor treatment and unlivable wages.
Case Study: Nestle Waters North America Looks to Reinvent Recycling By Promoting Value of Extended Producer ResponsibilityAugust 19th, 2013 by PR News
The U.S. recycling rate has been holding at a paltry 34% for the past few years, according to the Environmental Protection Agency. What’s more, recyclable materials that are worth billions of dollars are still ending up in landfills each year.
FleishmanHillard Reorganization Reflects How The PR Industry is Rapidly Evolving A Window Into The Future of PRAugust 19th, 2013 by PR News
Dave Senay, president-CEO of FleishmanHillard, spoke with PR News about his company’s rebranding as well as larger changes impacting the PR industry.
PR News’ PR Agency Elite Awards recognize agencies in 23 practice areas, such as branding, business to business, community relations, crisis management, digital/social media, internal communications, media relations, mulitcultural PR, nonprofit/association and reputation management. All of the finalists will be celebrated at a luncheon on Sept. 10, 2013 at the Grand Hyatt in New York.
Case Study: Toshiba America Business Solutions Steps Up to Provide Resources Designed to Make CSR Helpers Help MoreAugust 5th, 2013 by PR News
Implementing a corporate social responsibility program requires more than just building a favorable brand image. It’s also about building a community by helping others. That was Toshiba America Business
I found myself halfway around the world, hauling 30-pound cinderblocks across a dusty foundation under a relentless African sun. I was building a house. And it was changing my life.