At Weber Shandwick Seattle, representation matters to us. Our office is committed to thinking through what diversity means to us, and what it looks like in the workplace—starting with a renewed commitment to promote not just women, but women of color’s presence and leadership within our office.
Wishing our clients, vendors, and friends a very happy holiday season. Thank you for your continued partnership and for giving us the opportunity to do what we love every day. This year, we are honored to make a donation to the United Way of King County in support of the important work they do for […]
“Tips from the Intern Desk” is a series offering firsthand insights and advice from WSW Seattle interns. I’ve been what my friends describe as a “hardcore perfectionist” my entire life. Maybe it’s the 15 years of pre-professional ballet training. Or maybe it’s just a hardwired fear of red ink. Nonetheless, that little nagging monster is […]
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 […]
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 […]
Meet our new blog, and read this look back at our twenty years of service in Seattle from our executive vice president, Michelle Maggs.
It’s kind of the unsung hero of the PR skill set. The PR newbie quickly learns that everything about a story — telling it right, targeting it right, timing it right — has to be based on research.