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Ketchum at Cannes

Our Cannes Lions Nominees

by Ketchum| June 15, 2023

We’re thrilled to have these campaigns nominated at the 2023 Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity. Have a look for yourself at each!     The LEGO Foundation: The Most Boring Room Ever See how Ketchum and the LEGO Foundation teamed up to produce a funny, understated short film that encouraged parents worldwide to make […]

A Behind-the-Scenes Look at Our Reimagined Brand with Global CMO Jim Joseph

A Behind-the-Scenes Look at Our Reimagined Brand with Global CMO Jim Joseph

by Jim Joseph| February 21, 2023

As we enter our centennial year, Ketchum seized this moment to unveil an innovative brand refresh – a major milestone in our commitment to the reinvention of progress. We’re asking Jim Joseph, our global CMO and U.S. CEO, to share an inside look at the why and how of our new brand identity and what […]

From Ketchum IT to Navy Reserve Petty Officer, Jesse Ortega Honors Veterans Day

From Ketchum IT to Navy Reserve Petty Officer, Jesse Ortega Honors Veterans Day

by Ketchum| November 10, 2022

Veterans Day in the U.S. is observed on the anniversary of the end of World War I. It is a time to remember, celebrate and honor those who have served in the U.S. Armed Forces. Reflecting on Veterans Day, Jesse Ortega, Ketchum senior tech support specialist, and U.S. Navy petty officer second class, recalls the […]

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Think Humans First: Is Your Post-Pandemic Office Worth the Commute?

by Lauren Butler| July 5, 2022

In the journey to a hybrid workforce, could a more human-centric office overcome the resistance to showing up in person?  As leader of Ketchum’s Employee Engagement client specialty, I read voraciously every morning to stay on top of workplace trends and ensure we’re always looking around corners for our clients. But it was at a […]

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Davos is Not Dead But It’s Finding Its New Self

Davos is Not Dead But It’s Finding Its New Self

by Aleksandra Barnes| May 27, 2022

Davos is a bit like marmite: synonymous with wealth, prestige and power, many businesses whose success rests on free trade and the ability to forecast economic trends, see it as an annual pilgrimage for mega-concentrated networking. Others decry it as a talking shop, and a façade for the most privileged 1% to travel by jet, […]