Our fourth annual Agency Elite Top 100 highlights the industry’s most innovative PR, marketing and communications firms in the business. The companies that made this year’s list demonstrate the wide range of industry specializations and… Continued
In this week’s PR Roundup we take a look at how to communicate bankruptcy and financial issues, how not to take the stand and how to get Americans back to caring about the news.
This week PR Roundup takes a look at major news outlet reporting mistakes regarding the Israel/Hamas conflict, X (formerly known as Twitter)’s free fall and Barbie’s commercial resurgence.
Beyond the legal and financial toll, the reputational damage for the Hyundai and Kia could be significant. It doesn’t have to be that way, if the automakers are willing to change course.
The Friday news dump has turned into a match ready to light your worst news on fire.
Even with long-standing, trusted partners, you need to remember that their problems can become your own. In order to protect their reputations and businesses, founders and their communications teams must prepare for the right response when third-party risk becomes a firsthand problem.
This week we take a look at lesson from the ongoing writers’ strike, a new COVID testing rollout and ESG broken promises.
Whenever a large-scale natural disaster strikes, the response is criticized as too little, too late, ill-prepared or inadequate. As we watch the devastation of the Maui fires, we see climate change is impacting when, where and how significantly natural disasters will threaten life and property.
Almost every company has been there: a partner, otherwise completely unknown to your end consumer, plays a critical role in the trust, reputation and relationship cultivated with that client or customer. But what happens when that unseen, and most likely unfamiliar, third party entity faces its own crisis that precludes it from meeting the expectations of your stakeholders?