PRWeek Names Six PR Leaders as 2016 Hall of Fame Nominees The ceremony honoring the inductees will be held at the New York City Grand Hyatt. The six being honored have built impressive careers in the communications industry and their influence on the leaders from the next generation will be felt for years to come.
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MCS is headquartered in Bedminster, New Jersey, and employs approximately 20 people. Within the healthcare sector they offer services for clients in product launches, patient education programs, crisis communications, social media, issues management, clinical trial communications, and marketing communications.
The fast food business is changing. Expectations are shifting, and consumers are demanding more quality in less time. Those who think that’s impossible are not likely to survive in the modern fast food marketplace. McDonald’s CEO Steve Easterbrook is committed to the idea that his brand will not only survive these changes but emerge as […]
The Children and Families Commission of Fresno County, also known as First 5 Fresno County (F5FC) has issued an RFP for a comprehensive Public Education Campaign. They are seeking full-service advertising and communications firms. The services shall include concept and creative development, securing and oversight of media buys, overall project management and evaluation of a […]
The Humanitarian Leadership Academy is seeking proposals from interested organizations to undertake market research on the supply and demand of learning products & services for humanitarian workers in the Philippines. The Academy’s mission is to enable people around the world to prepare for and respond to crises in their own countries.
Canada Spends $27 Million For External PR Contracts From November 2015 to the end of September 2016, the Canadian government spent approximately $27 million on external communications and PR consultants. Some of the contracts ended up costing several hundred thousand dollars, with the largest awarded to Casacom for a four-year contract at nearly $600K. But […]
Journalists are supposed to inform, to report facts that are important to public discourse and general information necessary to be an informed member of society. But there are lines. There are guidelines, rules that are sometimes fuzzy and often obscured in this day of social media, where our public and private lives are so easily […]
Recently, Twitter has been in the news a lot, talking about plans to block or suspend accounts of people who post objectionable content to the social media network. The main targets of suspensions have been members of the so-called “alt-right” movement, which some people call patriots and others call racists.
Alexandra Lasky of SHADOW to Launch “The Influence” The Influence will open its doors after Thanksgiving and will oversee their first event in Miami Beach at Art Basel. Chad Weinman will partner Lasky in this new agency. Their company managed to get their website name, “TheInfluence.com,” even though it had been taken previously going back […]