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.

Brand Reckoning 2020

The current crisis culture is forcing people to revisit everything from the brands they buy to how they judge companies on their handling of COVID-19 and systemic racial injustice. It’s a wake-up call for brands. But also an opportunity to meet this changed consumer and innovate to stay relevant. Explore the data.

News + Views

Hispanic, Latino, Latin(x), Spanish: Clarifying Terms for Hispanic Heritage Month

Saludos! For many years I identified as Hispanic, and, as I got older and more informed, I navigated toward now…

Five Trends That Will Define UNGA and Climate Week 2020

We recently made the case that this year’s historically unique United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) and Climate Week—set to kick…

Food Brands Must Capitalize on the Closing Window for Cooking and Baking at Home

Don’t blink or you’ll miss the latest changes in pandemic-related food and beverage habits. But one thing remains certain: Brands…

How can we help?

Share your thoughts and questions by selecting Crisis Support below and submitting the form. We’ll connect you with a team of Ketchum counselors working actively with clients re-opening for business in this challenging climate. Our team is standing by.

Mike Doyle

President & CEO

Direct message me on Twitter: @mikedoyle212