filters

Posts: Laura Clementi

Laura Clementi Author

Laura Clementi is an expert in corporate reputation, philanthropy and cause marketing, who spent two years serving as Ketchum’s secondee to the World Economic Forum. There, she was fully embedded on the communications team, developing programs for the Forum’s global and regional events, including the Annual Meeting in Davos.

Davos Insider: 6 Themes for the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting 2020

by Laura Clementi and Richard Griffiths| November 5, 2019

As the final weeks of 2019 begin to settle in, eyes and minds are quickly shifting focus toward what the new year will bring. For many of our clients, that means setting sights on The World Economic Forum’s Annual Meeting in Davos – a highly anticipated gathering of the world’s top government, business and civil […]

Americans Voice Views on Causes They Care About… and CEOs are Paying Attention

by Mary Elizabeth Germaine and Laura Clementi| September 12, 2019

In what some observers might call a “man bites dog” moment, the Business Roundtable (BRT) – a group of nearly 200 CEOs of major U.S. companies – recently proclaimed that a corporation’s purpose should balance the needs of shareholders with stakeholders. That’s really big news, because for decades, the BRT made it clear that Purpose […]

Demystifying Davos: A Purpose-Driven Mindset

by Laura Clementi| January 17, 2017

This week, top global leaders from business, government and civil society are gathering in Davos, Switzerland for the World Economic Forum. Together, they will examine our world’s most pressing challenges, and chart a path forward for collective action. They will meet and debate these issues under the timely theme of Responsive and Responsible Leadership.

Who Owns Who in Global Media?

by Laura Clementi| July 30, 2015

As seen in World Economic Forum’s Agenda. UK-based media conglomerate Pearson has made headline news twice in the past week. First, the company confirmed the $1.3 billion sale of the Financial Times Group to Japan’s Nikkei, then revealed it is in talks to sell its 50% stake in the Economist. The graphic below shows how […]

World Economic Forum: Three Ways PR Can Address Global Challenges

by Laura Clementi| January 21, 2015

This week, leaders from business, government and civil society are convening in Davos, Switzerland for the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting 2015. What does public relations have to do with a gathering of 2,500 global leaders? Perhaps more than you think. The theme of this year’s meeting is “The New Global Context,” and throughout the […]