Bursting Bubbles

by Karen Strauss| August 14, 2014

I’ve been back in New York for two months since attending the Cannes Festival of Creativity, where I went to see work and learn lessons that aren’t self-evident staring at a screen, scouring media, or living in a bubble. Certain lessons really stuck. One that continues to blow me away is how powerful it is […]

Five Ways To Get My Vote For Your Next Award

by David Gallagher| March 26, 2014

I’ve had the privilege of sitting on or chairing a number of PR awards panels over the years, and while each of them had their own idiosyncrasies, I think most ended up recognizing great work that reflects the power and impact of thoughtful, creative campaigns and programs. That’s not because I was on the jury. […]

Don’t Just Say It but Do It…Do It the Right Way

by Editor| October 17, 2012

On Monday, October 15, Ray Kotcher, chairman of Ketchum, received the Public Relations Society of America’s highest individual honor, the Gold Anvil Award. The award was presented earlier this week at the PRSA 2012 International Conference and is the organization’s lifetime achievement award. It is given annually to an individual whose work has significantly advanced […]

Five Ways Award Entries Can Stand Out from the Rest

by David Gallagher| November 30, 2011

If great work were the only requirement for winning industry awards, we would all have more trophies on our shelves and plaques on our walls than you could shake a stick at. We do great work just about every single day, after all. But actually winning recognition from our competitors and clients as the architects […]