1st Take with Bill Reihl: Reaching the Consumer

Consumer brands face a wealth of opportunity in connecting with their audiences on and offline, but it takes more than a Twitter contest to make an impact. In this edition of our 1st Take series, Bill Reihl, Weber Shandwick’s executive vice president, North America Global Consumer Marketing Practice shares insight on strategic communications to consumers. […]

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Mr. Condom Comes to Seattle

June is Global Health Month—which means Seattle events geared toward health are popping up like crazy. This Thursday, the World Affairs Council is hosting an event that immediately caught the attention of our social impact team: A Conversation with Thailand’s Mr. Condom. Thailand’s “Condom King” is Mechai Viravaidya. He promotes systems of social enterprise and […]

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When in Rome….or London

I’ve worked at Weber Shandwick for more than five years and love many things about the agency. However, if I HAD to choose what I loved the most it would be the Opportunities, my Colleagues and the Global reach. Sorry, I couldn’t choose just one, so I’ll just combine it – and since there are […]

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Why Every PR Pro Should Subscribe to Copyblogger

Call him a pen master. Call him a writing guru. Call him a content king. Or, just call him Brian Clark (aka copyblogger). Self-described as a serial entrepreneur and a recovering attorney, Brian “empowers online writers and content producers to command attention, create engagement, and influence people.” In short, Brian runs a blog that everyone […]

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Weber Shandwick Hearts SIFF

Seattle is home to a rare cultural event: A massive, high-quality film festival that is actually attended, run and supported by the community instead of celebrities. At least, that’s what Edward Norton said last year at the Seattle International Film Festivalscreening of his intellectual stoner flick “Leaves of Grass.” The 25-day festival is the largest, […]

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Stopping Cancer Before It Starts

Did you know that cancer kills more people than HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria combined and is responsible for 5.5 million deaths each year in the developing world?  Now, infectious diseases are emerging as a leading cause of the growing burden of cancer, particularly in low- and middle-income countries, where it can cause more than one-in-four cancers. Researchers have […]

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Two Minutes with…Keith Meier

We have so many new faces around the office but you are a Weber Shandwick veteran. Tell us a little bit about what you do here. I work with our CFO, Mark Sullivan and Seattle-based finance coordinator, Caitlyn Beene to ensure we comply with Weber Shandwick, CMG and Interpublic Group  financial policies. The goals of […]

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