Posts:November 2013, Agriculture
5 Tips for Enjoying an American Thanksgiving
The following post was originally published on @ppetite, the Ketchum food blog. At some point it’s entirely possible you will be invited to celebrate Thanksgiving with an American – a colleague, a client or maybe someone you met on public transport. This is because many of us see it as the best holiday ever (#best.holiday.ever) […]
Seven Thanksgiving Social Media Housekeeping Tips
We’re heading into the Thanksgiving weekend in the US. Here are seven activities that you may want to consider if you’ve got a spare hour or so over the weekend, wherever you are in the world, to get your social media profiles and networks in order.
At the Intersection
Once upon a time we trusted our bank managers. Once upon a time editors decided which news was important. Once upon a time we checked our facts using library reference books. Once upon a time we were confident in our major institutions. Then the internet happened. Information became democratised and globalised. Citizen journalism took hold. […]
Ketchum London goes all out for Movember
This month Ketchum is proud to support Movember to help raise vital funds and awareness for prostate and testicular cancer and mental health. 22 brave men of Ketchum London and even more worldwide, including our European CEO, David Gallagher, signed up for the moustache challenge, with a whopping £4,908 raised so far in London for […]
When the Heat is On
The CorpComms ‘Managing Corporate Reputation’ conference earlier this month was both informative and insightful, but best of all refreshingly honest. We’ve featured insights on the best way to handle a crisis in KC before – highlighting the importance of preparation and putting together the best team, but here are some practical tips from my experience […]
60 Seconds with Ketchum: What is the Deal With Big Data?
Do you want to understand Big Data and how to talk it about with your customers and stakeholders? Watch David Vindel – Managing Director, European Technology – explain the communication issues to consider around big data.