News From Finn Partners, Rubenstein PR, Ogilvy, Burson-Marsteller, and Text100
Finn Partners Expands International Efforts With ABI Marketing Acquisition
With offices in New York, London, Frankfurt, Shanghai, and Singapore, ABI Marketing Public Relations will add an international flare to Finn Partners, especially in the trade and industrial markets. They work with clients in a variety of languages including German, French, Polish, Portuguese, Mandarin, Japanese, Russian, Romanian, Spanish, and Italian. ABI has been around for more than 35 years and run by Alan Isacson, who will join Finn Partners as their Managing Partner, ABI, Finn Partners.
Michael Isaacson New CFO for Rubenstein PR
Rubenstein just brought Michael Isaacson, CPA, on board as their Chief Financial Officer. Isaacson has more than 30 years of accounting experience and leaves DiGennaro Communications as their CFO for the last eight years. He also worked at RHI Entertainment (formerly Hallmark Entertainment), and Ernst & Young. He received his BS degree from the University of Delaware and his MBA from Columbia Business School.
PR for Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics by Ogilvy
Ogilvy has won the RFP to represent the Winter Olympics for Beijing in 2022. China wants to use that Olympics as a way to showcase even greater success in winter sports there. They have a 10-year plan to increase that industry so it will be worth $145 billion.
Annual Diversity Distinction in PR Awards Recognizes Burson-Marsteller
On September 14th in New York, the PR Council and PRWeek recently honored Burson-Marsteller as the Best PR Firm Diversity Initiative for a large firm for fostering inclusion and diversity in the PR business. The firm was recognized for their Together Being More program now in its second year. The program was made to promote diversity within the company and to attract various types of talent internally.
Text100 Leaves the Running for Global Support of Lenovo Corporate
Text100 has been working with Lenovo for 12 years, and they will continue working with them on local business, but will no longer continue doing global work for the tech giant.