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Case Study: Evolutionary—Not Revolutionary—Changes to Internal Company Newsletter Update a 60-Year-Old TraditionApril 2nd, 2012 by Scott Van Camp
For more than 90 years, agricultural products company Wilbur-Ellis has evolved to keep pace with global market shifts. One aspect of the company was stuck in the non-digital past, though—its internal newsletter.
Case Study: Leveraging a Duke Hoops Tradition, Virtual Campout Contest Gathers Alumni and Data in a Slam-Dunk EffortMarch 26th, 2012 by Scott Van Camp
Duke’s Fuqua School of Business leveraged the men’s basketball "Campout" tradition to increase student and alumni participation and build awareness of its global presence.
Siemens’ online game that allows anyone to manage their own manufacturing plant has turned into an important external and internal engagement platform for the company.
Case Study: Influencers Wanted—Bevy of Mommy Bloggers Send Infantino’s Test-Drive Campaign Into High GearMarch 12th, 2012 by Bill Miltenberg
Make no mistake, the power of moms online is great, as demonstrated by product PR/awareness efforts by baby product maker Infantino.
Case Study: Extensive Media Relations Effort Makes Wreath Campaign at Arlington National Cemetery a SuccessMarch 5th, 2012 by Bill Miltenberg
A series of targeted press releases and a direct mail piece helped drive top-tier media national coverage of Wreaths Across America’s campaign.
Case Study: Passionate Spokesman, Nimble Communications and Trackside Tweets Power Winning IndyCar SponsorshipFebruary 20th, 2012 by Scott Van Camp
Novo Nordisk takes the fast track in promoting its diabetes product portfolio—putting the pedal to race car driver Charlie Kimball’s metal.
Case Study: Analyze This: Once the Desktop Publishing Darling, Quark Comes Back From the Dead—With the Help of PRJune 14th, 2010 by PR News
Desktop publishing pioneer, Quark, took a market nosedive in the early 2000s. Thanks in no small part to a rejuvenated communications function, Quark is now rising from the ashes, exploring new markets while still releasing new versions of QuarkXpress.