Weber Shandwick Seattle Appoints New Leadership, Secures Major Client Wins

Leading Pacific Northwest PR Firm Grows Diverse Team to Support Expanding Client Base Focused on Social Innovation

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Getting our story straight

Every day when I return home from work, I ask my four-year-old son, Henry, to tell me a story about his day. Rarely does he fail to grab my attention: “John Paul stole my shoe” – “I know what makes me a boy and Ruby a girl” – “I want to be a fireman, but […]

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Pitching the Puget Sound Business Journal? Know What’s News and Use a Common Sense Approach

I recently met with some of the editors and reporters at the Puget Sound Business Journal, a Pulitzer Prize finalist last year for reporting, to learn more about its commitment to quality journalism and to get tips on how best to approach its newsroom when we have a local business story that we think has […]

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The Big Move

In addition to launching our blog, the Weber Shandwick Seattle team just moved into a new building in the Denny triangle neighborhood of downtown Seattle. The move is a testament to the growth of the office as a whole and we couldn’t be more excited. Located in the heart of the city, our new location […]

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Army Band

Telling Army Strong Stories

The Army is using sites like ArmyStrongStories.com to reach potential recruits and influential people in their lives.

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What’s Your Story?

Mark Twain, one of our great American storytellers, once said, “I like a good story well told. That’s the reason I’m forced to tell them myself.” Everyone loves a good story, but have you ever wondered why some stories stay with you while others completely slip your mind? Have you ever listened to someone deliver […]

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Sustainability – Not Just An Add On

Last week I was fortunate to attend the Green Business Network’s Solution Lab 2010  – an “unconference” that brought dozens of people together to address today’s  business sustainability challenges. The unique format allowed for serious networking and problem solving: we sat in small working groups to brainstorm solutions to key issues such as: “Sustainability as […]

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What's the role of technology in global development?

While it’s important not to equate new technology advances with innovation writ large, we need to be even more cautious of being afraid of technology, Chris Elias of PATH told a Seattle crowd of about 400 global health leaders, ag experts and journalists last week. The event, hosted by Global Washington, focused on technology’s impact […]

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Forever Young

It started out just like any other high school event would… A big, surprise announcement at the Monday morning assembly/staff meeting, along with a full week’s worth of spirit activities.   With everyone divided into their classes (Freshmen, Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors), the heat was on for the week of competition to determine the most spirited class […]

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