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Cannes Lions 2021: The View from the Jury

by Sabine Hückmann| July 13, 2021

As a member of the Cannes Lions 2021 PR Lions jury, I was able to take a close look at some outstanding work that reflects the state of our industry at this strange moment in history. Though I didn’t have the opportunity to travel to Cannes in person, what I learned serving virtually was just […]

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How Listening to Murder Podcasts Helps with Storytelling

by Kat Dare| May 4, 2021

My name is Kat, and I’m obsessed with all things true crime — specifically murder-based podcasts. I always have at least eight on the go at any time, and the moment I step away from my laptop, Stitcher comes right on and I’m immersed in the very worst of humanity, from serial killers to family […]

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How Lockdown Changed Everything I Thought I Knew About Creativity

by Emily Gosen| April 14, 2021

Ever since I started working, I’ve always had this (some may say irrational) fear that one day I’ll just wake up and stop being creative. Run out of ideas. And basically, not be able to do my job. I know this is highly unlikely, but bear with me. A little over a year ago we […]

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Popping the Big-City Bubble: Moving Back Home During Lockdown

by Rachel Rix| March 23, 2021

Today is the anniversary of the first UK COVID lockdown.  It’s also a moment to reflect on learnings from the past year we can apply to a post-pandemic world. Some apply to the way we interact with our clients and teams, but others are reflective of the changes we’ve made in our daily lives. For […]

(K)No(w) Limits, Part 2 – Do You Know What Your Brand Stands for?

(K)No(w) Limits, Part 2 – Do You Know What Your Brand Stands for?

by Drew Ferguson| February 10, 2021

From COVID-19 and racial justice to labor rights and the ongoing debate on what “unity” looks like, and as the U.S. focuses on the opportunities and issues that come with a new presidential administration, corporate citizens are now expected to have POV on a broad range of urgent and complicated topics. It’s clear from Ketchum’s […]

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Dear Diary, I Have a 35-year Love Affair with Paper

by Thea Linscott| February 5, 2021

When I was a little girl, I started writing “Dear Diary” in a small blush pink hardcover book with a silver lock. It came with two small silver keys that I hid in a secret drawer in my jewelry box. That little girl shared about her day’s adventures, with updates on her friends, names of […]