People are returning to the Motor City in droves as it reinvents itself as a hotchpotch of arts, culture, restaurants, newly thriving inner city, and affordable place to build a life and a career.
The tone has changed dramatically since last year for LGBT rights groups, which are now as focused on opposing the Trump administration’s policies as celebrating progress and community.
PRWeek’s editorial team discusses the news of the week with special guest Anda Gansca, cofounder and CEO of Knotch.
The release of the company’s line of line of Boosted Bagels coincided with National Nurses Week in May.
The latest rumor about a White House comms shakeup involves the creation of a “war room” to counteract leaks from the #RussiaGate investigations and other negative news.
Kristin Helvey, a PR pro living in The Last Frontier’s most populous city, talks about the mystery and reality of her home state.
Hazard is the latest in a string of former Cognito staffers to join Vested, launched by two Cognito veterans in 2015.
When people say “marketing,” they often mean “advertising.” But it’s actually a whole lot more than that.
Thirty percent of ad agency professionals said they’ve advised clients to stay out of politics.
News for PR pros to know on Thursday morning: A Republican candidate in Montana allegedly “body-slammed” a reporter covering the special election there; Marketers are stepping away from Fox News’ Hannity; and journalists are taking Sean Spicer’s side for once.