Working remotely has revealed new truths about PR work and reinforced some lessons we were already starting to implement. Here’s what we plan to take with us post-pandemic. COVID-19 has impacted all facets of life, and as offices now work remotely, the pandemic has also impacted PR agency structures. Fully remote workforces have showcased there…
BCW launched its entertainment practice last August.
We’ve all heard about the new normal, but what does it look like in the sector you represent? One way to find out is to use predictive landscapes that help communicators build possible behavioral models. Here’s an example using the travel industry. The post How to Model Predictions for Post-COVID-19 Behavior appeared first on PRNEWS.
Also: The majority of publications continue to focus on COVID-19 news, Disney World shares recipe for popular resort treat, Hy-Vee hands out masks in Iowa, and more. Hello, communicators: Pizza Hut is celebrating this year’s graduates with free pizzas. Eligible consumers can claim a medium one-topping pizza as part of a partnership with America’s Dairy…
Parsons and Maze-Sencier will be H+K’s global chairs of corporate affairs and public affairs, respectively.
Zoom’s CMO on marketing — and securing — lockdown’s breakout brand; Franklin Templeton places worker on leave following viral video.
A leading behavioural scientist tells PRWeek that the Government has lost credibility in its COVID-19 messaging and will need to look to another source to keep a distrustful society on track.
The Dominic Cummings press conference may have gripped a nation, but comms experts are divided about whether it was an effective PR exercise. Industry leaders unpack the briefing and what it delivered.
24 hours earlier, a shabby, sneering Cummings said he didn’t care what people thought.
Companies keen on maintaining engagement and productivity should bend over backward to provide support and create a sense of community. In a July 2014 memo to employees, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella stated, “We are moving from a world where computing power was scarce to a place where it now is almost limitless, and where the…