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Ketchum author Clark Hare

Clark is a senior vice president/client director in the Retail Sector within Ketchum’s New York office. He has extensive brand marketing experience, with over 25 years in the public relations industry. Clark provides strategic counsel in specialty communications areas including brand-building programs, employee communications and CSR for leading companies and organizations. Clark graduated from C.W. Post with a bachelor of fine arts degree in public relations. He resides in Chappaqua, NY.

Posts: Clark Hare

Retail and Health Merge as Consumers Seek a One-Stop Shop

Retail and Health Merge as Consumers Seek a One-Stop Shop

by Kathleen Linder and Clark Hare| July 29, 2021

The intersection of retail and health is booming, as the COVID-19 pandemic has sparked a clear demand for retailers to serve as one-stop-shops for essentials including food, household supplies and health needs. The Philips (client) Future Health Index 2021 Report surveyed nearly 3,000 healthcare leaders across 14 countries and found that healthcare leaders expect an average […]

Summer Sales Events- The Big Picture for Retailers - photo of woman's hands on laptop viewing an online sale surrounded by summery objects

Summer Sales Events: The Big Picture for Retailers

by Clark Hare| June 7, 2021

Ah the rites of summer in America: the first sign of glowing fireflies; the enticing aroma of your neighbor grilling steaks; that first, glorious beach trip of the season — and now, the summer sales event. Since entering the picture in 2015, this new warm-weather ritual has significantly altered the U.S. retail landscape. Changing the […]

A Guy Walks Into a Bar…

A Guy Walks Into a Bar…

by Clark Hare| July 14, 2015

I know, it sounds a bit like a setup to a classic joke, but we are actually very serious about what’s on the mind of the modern man. So serious in fact, that Ketchum held a special event at Ginny’s Supper Club at the Red Rooster, the 1920s-themed Harlem speakeasy owned by world-famous chef and […]

Chivalry is Not Dead on Valentine’s Day

Chivalry is Not Dead on Valentine’s Day

by Clark Hare| February 13, 2015

In case you hadn’t noticed, Valentine’s Day is almost upon us and though the holiday might seem to be a bit sentimental and manufactured to some people, it does support the old cliché that the more things change, the more they stay the same – well, at least on certain occasions. You see, for all […]