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Posts:July 2017

Gen Z: Guardians of Their Galaxy

by Angela Fernandez | July 28, 2017

You’ve probably read some headlines recently like, “Move Over Millennials, Gen Z is Here” or “Gen Z May be Marketers’ New Golden Child.” So, now that this post-Millennial generation is finally capturing the attention of media and marketers, I was eager to attend and speak at the second annual “Marketing to Gen Z Conference” in […]

As Universities Evolve, So Must University Communications

by Katherine Mackey | July 26, 2017

Universities have always been a breeding ground for activism on society’s inequalities. But today, as the national opprobrium intensifies, higher education campuses are seeing this play out more intensely. As a result, university leaders and chief communicators must continually look at existing communications strategies, and how new higher education dynamics may impact those strategies for the […]

10 Insights for Public Relations from the 2017 European Communications Monitor

by Stephen Waddington | July 25, 2017

The European Communication Monitor (ECM) is a rare example of excellence between communication theory and practice. The ECM 2017 survey is based on responses from 3,387 communication professionals in 50 countries. It’s the most detailed and robust longitudinal bench-marking study available that characterizes the challenges and opportunities facing our profession.

Prepare to Launch: Meet the Next Generation of PR Leaders

by Barri Rafferty | July 18, 2017

  Our industry has been facing a diversity crisis. In recent years, there have been countless panel discussions, debates and articles chronicling the challenges we face in ensuring our agencies and our in-house teams are reflective of the consumers with which we are engaging. This means diversity of all types: gender, ethnicity, age, religious background, […]

Prepare to Launch: Meet the Next Generation of PR Leaders

by Barri Rafferty | July 17, 2017

Our industry has been facing a diversity crisis. In recent years, there have been countless panel discussions, debates and articles chronicling the challenges we face in ensuring our agencies and our in-house teams are reflective of the consumers with which we are engaging. This means diversity of all types: gender, ethnicity, age, religious background, sexual […]

Communications Is Vital To Health, So Let’s Align On How We Talk About It

by Tom Jones and Nancy Turett | July 17, 2017

Generations ago, knowledge about how to protect health, detect disease, slow progression, and cure anything was limited. The communications priorities were for doctors to break the bad news gently and for loved ones to be supportive. Today, with so much more that can be done at every phase, communications can provide insight, drive conversation, inspire […]