Welcome to the “The Ask,” a content series that gets up close and personal with the people of Weber Shandwick Seattle. This month, we sat down with Andrew Killinger to talk about the future of social media, wooden bowls and a possible future in modeling. Here’s how it went: What do you do at […]
When you think of a sports fan, what do you picture? Face paint? Tailgater parties? Fists raised in victory or heads shaking in agony? These classic hallmarks of fandom still ring true — but they aren’t the whole picture anymore. To be accurate about today’s sports fans, you need to add another image: fingers and […]
Weber Shandwick has offices around the world. Even though we work with clients everywhere to solve global problems, we also believe that big change starts at home. To make a greater impact in our community, we’re searching for a local nonprofit to work with as part of our “2018 Impact Project” – a program in […]
It’s no secret Seattle is bustling with innovation. From arts and culture, to tech and infrastructure, there appears no sign of this rapid growth slowing down. Seattle Interactive, a two-day conference that celebrates this innovation, provides an opportunity for visionary thinkers to come together to discuss emerging trends, disruptive technologies, business models, and more. This […]
Welcome to the “The Ask” – a monthly content series that gets up close and personal with the people at Weber Shandwick. This month, Chris Sewell took time away from leading our content team to answer important questions about work, cats, and unrealized vocational dreams. Here’s how it went: What is your creative vision? […]
Weber Shandwick Seattle recently participated in the inaugural 100% Talent Wage Gap Summit. The 100% Talent initiative was developed in collaboration by The Women’s Funding Alliance and Seattle Chamber of Commerce in response to a 2013 study ranking Seattle the worst in the country for gender wage gap. Since the kick-off of the initiative, Seattle has […]
It’s all too easy to sacrifice truth in pursuit of attention. It turns out that one of the handiest ways of giving your story credence — citing data — can also be extremely effective at catching eyes.
If you’re familiar with slithy toves and borogoves, then that paragraph goes down nice and easy. But what if you’re not? And what if toves are a crucial part of running an efficient business or breaking through with some kind of innovation?