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Meet the Influencer: WS Seattle Welcomes Jenni Hogan

Last week, Weber Shandwick Seattle was pleased to welcome Jenni Hogan, an Emmy-award-winning journalist, entrepreneur, CMO of Tagboard and very busy mom, for a discussion about community, technology, and today’s changing media landscape. Since leaving her native Australia to join the rowing team at the University of Washington, Jenni has become a prominent national technology […]

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Could Seattle be the Next Hub for Big Data?

The Puget Sound is a wellspring of tech innovation and disruptive trends. Home to innovators like Amazon, Microsoft, Nordstrom and Starbucks, our “local” companies have accomplished great feats: ushering in personal computing, disrupting the publishing industry, and creating community around a cup of coffee. And newer faces to the scene, like Socrata and Tableau, are […]

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Weber Shandwick Seattle is Hiring a Tech Intern!

Are you interested in working with local and international brands at a global agency? We’re currently looking for a full-time, paid intern to support our expanding technology team. This position will give you the opportunity to be a critical team member (you’re not just getting coffee here), work with brands at the forefront of their industries […]

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Defying Convention: A Conversation with Concur Co-Founder Raj Singh

From his humble beginnings back in 1993, delivering expense reporting software on old floppy disks and working out of his apartment, to today’s always-on world of big data, Raj Singh has long defined what it means to embrace a world of connectivity and community. As a co-founder of Concur, Singh has a unique story to […]

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Weber Shandwick Seattle is Hiring for Rockstar Tech Interns!

Are you interested in working with local and international brands at a global agency? We’re currently looking for two full-time, paid interns to support our expanding technology team. These positions will give you the opportunity to be a critical team member (you’re not just getting coffee here), work with brands at the forefront of their […]

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Geekwire Summit 2014 Highlights Part 3: A Fireside Chat with Steven VonRoekel

For the third and final post of our series covering the 2014 GeekWire Summit, we enjoyed a fireside chat with Steven VanRoekel, former CIO of the United States and current CIO of USAID. The Summit shines a light on thought leaders at the intersection of technology and business, and Steven’s experience introduced a third dimension […]

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Geekwire Summit 2014 Highlights Part 2: Innovating the Millennial Impact

In our second of three installments covering last week’s GeekWire Summit, we’re shifting our focus onto a key theme that surfaced throughout the conference: millennial-driven disruption. While discussions about the millennial impact on business, technology and society has become de rigueur, the presentations that specifically examined how millennial-targeted businesses and engagement models are differentiating themselves […]

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GeekWire Summit 2014 Highlights Part 1: Say Hello to Drones

GeekWire’s annual summit always brings together movers and shakers at the cross-section of technology and business, and this year was no exception. This year’s lineup included U.S. Chief Information Officer Steven VanRoekel, Executive Editors of Re/code Walt Mossberg and Kara Swisher, T-Mobile CEO John Legere, 3D Robotics CEO Chris Anderson, National Geographic contributor Chad Copeland and Zulily Chairman Mark Vadon. If you missed the live […]

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Weber Shandwick’s Cecilia Liang on the Evolution of Digital Media in China

Earlier this summer, we had the pleasure of hosting several individuals from Weber Shandwick’s offices from London, Singapore and Beijing. While they were here in Seattle, we caught up with Cecilia Liang, director at Weber Shandwick Beijing, who talked to us about how the evolution of digital media in China is changing the country’s PR […]

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