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Melissa Vigue Joins MWWPR as Chief of Staff

MWWPR has a new Chief of Staff reporting to Michael W. Kempner, CEO. Melissa Vigue brings 17 years of experience to the new position where she will work with management to direct their effective service and operational culture for growth and excellence. Her expertise includes strategic business planning, interoffice integration, and agency communication strategy.

The National Urban Technology Center Names Rubenstein PR as AOR

Rubenstein Public Relations just signed on as AOR with a non-profit working to transform the lives of urban youth, The National Urban Technology Center. Their efforts are focused through the use of emotional learning and intensive social programs based around skills such as financial and digital mastery, academics, life and social skills. They’ve helped over one million youth during the last 21 years.

Charterhouse Bought by Next 15

Next 15 has had a good year with their revenue including income from various agencies they own such as The Blueshirt Group, Text100, Lexis, and Bite, showing a 16% rise of about $126 million for 2017’s first two quarters. They picked up new clients recently including GrubHub, Marvell, LG Electronics, and NTT Data. But they are also looking at picking up new agencies to fit in their organization. Enter Charterhouse Research, a financial research firm.

According to the Richard Eyre, Next 15’s Chairman, “The group has continued to invest in agile companies operating in this augmented value chain and in the first half, Group revenue grew by 16 percent. The addition of several businesses to the Group has been matched by some important client wins. A 20 percent increase in the dividend reflects the board’s confidence in the Group’s performance for this financial year.”

Targeted Victory Paid $1 Million for 55 Tweets Representing Saudi Arabia??

Nobody wants to look bad, and Saudi Arabia is no exception, so they work often with PR firms, especially in efforts to distance their country from any association with the Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act. And the Department of Justice shows paperwork filed by Targeted Victory, a DC public relations firm, represented the Saudi kingdom netting a payday of over $1 million to create advertising campaigns and send 55 tweets representing Arabia Now. The website for Arabia Now is run by Qorvis Communications.

Former digital director for Romney’s 2012 presidential campaign, Zac Moffat, is the founder of Targeted Victory. He was also a Republican National Committee strategist. It looks like the firm did actually do more than 55 tweets and work on the campaign. They also managed analytics and advertising through other social media platforms.

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