PR

Qorvis Communications – Says Nothing To The Web

2018-06-06 by Richard D. Pace
qorvis pr communications staff

Continuing down the list of the most influential PR firms in the world, we find Qorvis Communications, ranked 6th in terms of fees in 2007. Qurvis is an interesting company on many levels. Over $30 million in fees for a company with only 86 employees in fascinating in itself, but being an entity without an imminently apparent leader is as well. As far as corporate websites go, the Qorvis on is a shambles compared to some of those of competitors. The site lacks nothing in beautiful imagery, but aside a wonderful portfolio interactive, nothing that implies digital world engagement exists.... Read More >

Michael Sitrick: Why Join The Board Of A Penny-Stock Company?

2018-06-05 by Jason Tannahill
Michael Sitrick everything-pr

Oxis Biotech, a wholly owned subsidiary of Oxis International Inc., is a company listed on the penny-stock market (SYMBOL) - it is currently trading at a $12 million market valuation and has minimal assets or revenues. It also has significant and rising short-term debt that could easily lead to massive dilution. So, it makes no sense to all of us at Everything-PR why Michael Sitrick of Sitrick & Company one of the world's leading crisis PR consultants joined the advisory board of this company. Surely, joining this tiny company won’t make his many big-time clients clamor to him for financial... Read More >

HARO’s Peter Shankman Classy Departure from Vocus

2018-06-04 by Almaz
Peter Shankman

"I can’t say enough good things about Vocus," writes Shankman in a classy departure note, that went public on his blog on Thursday. For those familiar with Vocus and its employees, Shankman's departure comes too soon after Frank Strong's exit, which went unannounced by official channels. Peter Shankman Leaving Vocus According to the note, Peter Shankman leaves Vocus to focus on new endeavors, including consulting for Fortune 50 companies, evangelist activities for established consumer brands, and even consulting for startups, and continuing with occasional consulting for Vocus. Although he didn't reveal specifics, he did mention some ideas for potential new... Read More >

Zimmerman Ad Agency – a Look Inside the Agency

2018-06-04 by Jason Tannahill
Zimmerman Agency PR

Today we explore the emerging Tallahassee Florida Public Relations market through the lens of one Florida's leading PR Firm: The Zimmerman Agency. “Creating big ideas fueled by disruption” is The Zimmerman Agency’s proprietary planning strategy. Established in Tallahassee, Florida in 1987 by co-founder, President and Chief Disruption Officer, Curtis Zimmerman, the agency has become one of the most respected integrated marketing firms in the United States. The Zimmerman Agency operates on a client-specific platform of strategy, advertising, and public relations via digital, social, and data analytics. Client Work and Efforts Representing brand icons like Club Med, Hard Rock Hotel, Party... Read More >

APCO PR: Cold Steel Tool of Big Business

2018-06-04 by Richard D. Pace
APCO Worldwide PR

Yesterday I had the pleasant opportunity to take a look at Waggener Edstrom, the second most profitable PR agency in the world. In keeping with my promise, and out of honest curiosity, I am traveling down this list of world shaping PR in an effort to essentially evaluate their online image. Today journey takes me to the website of APCO Worldwide, the third largest firm in the world with something over $97 million in 2007 fees and over 500 employees worldwide. APCO Worldwide was founded in 1984 by its current President and CEO Margery Kraus. Since then Mrs. Kraus has... Read More >

Marina Maher Communications Celebrates 25 Years in Business and a New Website

2018-06-03 by Richard D. Pace
Marina Maher Communications everything-pr

Marina Maher Communications To celebrate 25 years in business, Marina Maher Communications (MMC) re-launched today its website with a new design, more fit to represent the company in a highly competitive online world. This is another online representation that conveys a lot about a company: the site has a crisp, elegant design, with flash elements that showcase four client case studies on the index page. The dominant color, also the color of the brand, illustrates a feminine approach to business – as a matter of fact there’s no man in the MMC team, even the dog mascot is a female.... Read More >

Beckerman PR: A New Jersey Mid-Size Independent

2018-06-03 by Jason Tannahill
Beckerman Logo

Who is Beckerman PR? Beckerman PR is an independent PR firm headquartered in Hackensack, NJ, with additional offices in New York, Washington DC, and San Francisco. Michael Beckerman founded the firm in 1988 and continues as Chairman, but has turned over the day-to-day running of the firm to his partner, Keith Zakheim, CEO. Mr. Beckerman recently announced a new entrepreneurial endeavor, at The News Funnel, a website gathering all the news and information about real estate and presenting it in a personal fashion to members. But without joining the site you can still see real estate news happening in your... Read More >

Brooke Hammerling: Brew PR Party Girl turned PR Princess

2018-06-03 by Jason Tannahill
Brooke Hammerling everything-pr

Brooke Hammerling founded her PR agency Brew Media Relations in 2005. Brew also happens to be Brooke’s long-time nickname. The CEO of Brew is Dena Cook. Brew PR has offices in Santa Monica (where Dena Cook usually works), San Francisco, and New York City. Who is Brooke Hammerling? Brooke attended Rollins College in Winter Park Florida – not far from Orlando and according to the Brew website, she did actually learn a lot despite the tropical location. However, we did not find any mention of what her degree or what field of study was her focus. At some point after her... Read More >

The History of PR Firm Sunshine Sachs

2018-06-02 by Richard D. Pace
Sunshine Sachs Office

Sunshine Sachs: The History of New York based, Ken Sunshine owned, PR Firm Sunshine Sachs. Who is Sunshine Sachs PR? This company and its players are a bit of a mystery. They are everywhere and no where. Getting a company history is difficult. Especially since all they have for a website is an electronic business card. Their confidence is enticing. Hailing from Long Island and graduating from Cornell University, Ken Sunshine entered the 1970s social and political public relations stage in New York. He served as political advisor to some notable figures. They range from Presidential Candidate George McGovern, to New York City Mayor David... Read More >

Ironman CEO PR Challengers: Aaron Kwittken & Peter Shankman

2018-06-02 by Richard D. Pace
Ironman andrew messick

The creators of the Ironman fundraising foot-race are seeking sponsorships to help the event grow.  The participants of Ironman include those able to swim 2.4 miles, bike 112 miles and run 26.2 miles in less than seventeen hours. Obviously a maximal degree of commitment, perseverance, and discipline are required to foster realistic hope of completing the requisite training to compete seriously in Ironman. Here are some of the competitors: Andrew Messick - The Real Ironman The CEO of Ironman, Andrew Messick organizes and oversees incredible middle and long distance races around the world, and is responsible for expanding his brand... Read More >

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