We Know It’s Irrational, But We’re Celebrating Pi Day on 3/13!

Are you pi-ning for perfectly round sweets? Radiating excitement around the impending a-π-colypse that will take place on 3.14.15 at 9:26:53? Well, we’re planning a well-rounded Pi Day celebration in Seattle! This Friday, mathematicians and bakers alike will compete in the first annual Pi Day Happy Hour and Bake-Off. If pie and drinks aren’t a-π-tizing […]

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Happy Blue Friday from Weber Shandwick Seattle!

The energy in the city this week has been at an all-time high with the anticipation of a re-PETE victory at Super Bowl 49. And it is no different here at the Weber Shandwick Seattle office – our very own 12’s came out in full force to celebrate the last “Blue Friday” of the season. […]

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Hoping Cheer Finds You This Holiday Season!

With 2015 nearly here, I wanted to take a brief moment to thank you all – our clients, partners, colleagues, and friends – for a remarkable year. You entrust us with some of the most amazing, challenging, impactful, thought-provoking, and inspiring opportunities to serve you. Thank you for giving us the chance to do what […]

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Taking Command: Effective Crisis Communications with Dr. Joseph Trahan

In a special session presented by the Puget Sound Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America, Dr. Joseph Trahan (@doctrahanmedia) visited Seattle for a half-day session on issues management. Drawing on his extensive experience in public relations, media training and government, Dr. Trahan walked us through his tried-and-true method for crisis communications preparation and […]

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3 Tips to Getting the Most Out of A Mentor

I recently had the opportunity to lead a webinar for the Association for Women in Communications as part of its “Speed Mentoring” development program. Mentors have played a significant role in my career, and I was humbled and excited to pay it forward by sharing some of my perspectives. As with any personal relationship, professional […]

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Weber Shandwick Seattle and Making Strides

On Saturday, October 18, the Weber Shandwick Seattle team joined 2,500 walkers to help raise $191,000 for the fight against breast cancer at the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk. Walking amongst a crowd of supporters, survivors and fighters, we felt a surge of positivity, happiness and hope. It was a sea of bright pink […]

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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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