Hatred Has No Home Here.

The recent protests and riots occurring across the U.S. reflect a critical and systemic issue. The unjustified deaths and mistreatment of black people have been ignored for too long.

We have a responsibility as a company, as an employer, as counselors of clients, and as human beings to condemn acts of hatred and violence toward marginalized communities and to make change happen. See our statement on the actions Ketchum is taking to be engaged allies for our black and brown communities and fight injustice.

COVID-19: Getting Ready for a New Normal

Listen to Ketchum global experts host an informative panel discussion based on our experience providing data intelligence and coronavirus counsel to clients in Asia, Europe and the U.S. Learn more about the four stages of the Disruption Cycle: Impact, Regroup, Rebound, The New Normal.

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Pride Is More Than Just a Month

Throughout June, many people stated that 2020’s celebration of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer Pride was different than in…

Broader Access to Wellness May Be a Rare Bright Spot in the Age of COVID-19

COVID-19 has made us rethink a lot of behavior: mobility, socialization, spending habits—the list goes on. But perhaps one of…

From Education to Action: Ketchum Leaders on Anti-Racism and the Road Ahead

Last week, Ketchum closed for Juneteenth. It was the first time many employees were made aware of the holiday’s significance,…

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Mike Doyle

President & CEO

Direct message me on Twitter: @mikedoyle212