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Sports Marketing Lessons from the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games

Sports Marketing Lessons from the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games

by Elisabeth McClure| August 17, 2021

Despite public concerns and skepticism in the lead up to Tokyo 2020 amid the coronavirus pandemic, the Olympic Games successfully concluded earlier this week in front of a nearly empty stadium. Typically a celebration of sport and culture attracting millions of fans from around the world, this year’s Games were postponed by a year, held […]

Retail and Health Merge as Consumers Seek a One-Stop Shop

Retail and Health Merge as Consumers Seek a One-Stop Shop

by Kathleen Linder and Clark Hare| July 29, 2021

The intersection of retail and health is booming, as the COVID-19 pandemic has sparked a clear demand for retailers to serve as one-stop-shops for essentials including food, household supplies and health needs. The Philips (client) Future Health Index 2021 Report surveyed nearly 3,000 healthcare leaders across 14 countries and found that healthcare leaders expect an average […]

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What Does Healthcare’s Future Look Like Post-COVID-19?

by Anya Kotova| April 28, 2021

To predict the future of healthcare in the U.S., let’s start with its past. The modern centralized healthcare system arguably originated following the 1918 influenza pandemic, which changed the way healthcare was provided around the world. The crowd-driven nature of influenza forced us to rethink the way we cared for people. It moved us away […]

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Four World Health Day Communication Tips for Healthy Communities

by Madden McDonagh| April 7, 2021

Today is World Health Day, a moment to reflect on what it means to achieve our best health—not just personal health, or an individual motivation for wellness, but also community health, the wellness and prosperity of our neighbors. This past year, many of us have done our part to stay healthy by wearing masks and […]

Unsung Heroes of the Pandemic- A Q&A with Caregiver Action Network CEO John Schall

Unsung Heroes of the Pandemic: A Q&A with the CEO of Caregiver Action Network

by Michelle Baker| March 4, 2021

More than 90 million Americans serve as caregivers to family members or other loved ones with special health needs—often in addition to working full-time jobs and other commitments. While it’s always a difficult situation, the challenges they face today, in the midst of COVID-19, provide an additional burden—and many companies and brands are in a […]

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What COVID-19 Vaccines Mean for Employees and Customers 

by Ketchum| December 11, 2020

The milestone we’ve waited for throughout 2020 has finally arrived. Vaccines to protect against the COVID-19 virus are winning approval, moving through supply chains, and beginning to be administered.  As this process unfolds, there will be many factors companies can’t control, like the local availability of vaccine doses. But what they can control may go a long way toward helping employees and customers through the next […]