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Triumph over Trauma: Celebrating the Wellspring Early Learning Center Expansion

Over the past couple months, I, along with several colleagues, have had the privilege of working with Wellspring Family Services, a local organization that provides a comprehensive range of social services to children and families. One of the organization’s primary focus areas is their Early Learning Center (ELC), which provides specialized care and education for […]

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Recognizing the Power of Washington Women: A Recap of Seattle’s Chamber’s WIBLI Fall Symposium

Last week, I had the honor of attending the Seattle Chamber’s Women in Business and Leadership Initiative (WIBLI) Fall Symposium along with Michelle Maggs, Weber Shandwick Seattle’s general manager. The event brought more than 120 powerful women (and as the speakers joked, a few good men) together to discuss issues affecting the Seattle community and […]

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Networking and Fun at the Seattle Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce Tradeshow 2013

Last week, Weber Shandwick Seattle joined more than 100 exhibitors at the Century Link Field Event Center for a night of networking and fun at the Seattle Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce Tradeshow 2013! As first time exhibitors, we were excited to see more than 1,000 individuals attend the event to meet and connect with Seattle […]

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Public Relations Trade Show Survival Guide

Charles Darwin once said, “It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent that survives. It is the one that is the most adaptable to change.” Surviving a trade show is similar to surviving life (just on a slightly smaller scale); you have to adapt to change or else you […]

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Four Peaks Salon: Is it too chilly in Seattle?

Canlis Glass was buzzing with excitement on September 29 from Seattleites eager to discuss a well-known passive aggressive persona that Seattle has received, or perhaps earned, known as Seattle “nice.”  After hors d’oeuvres from Skillet and wine from Two Mountain Winery, we were all ready to listen and talk about this mentality, our personal experiences […]

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Big Brands Talk Social Media at BlogWell Seattle

What’s the payoff for brands involved in social media? Some use it to increase awareness of products and services, to improve customer service, to gather innovative new ideas for their business or a combination of these things. But many companies are still trying to figure out how to measure success.

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Recapping the Buzz from BlogWell Seattle

One of the best ways to learn about social media for business is learning from those that have done it best. Profiled social success is exactly what SocialMedia.org aims to provide – an opportunity to get an inside look into how it’s done right by some of the largest and most successful brands on the […]

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Hitting The Road to SXSW

Greetings! I’m Wade Rockett from the Weber Shandwick Seattle office. I’m passionate about gaming: how design and mechanics influence behavior, how games can enable better communication and collaboration, and how they can be used to motivate real-world actions that help improve organizations and maybe even help save the world. So I’m very excited to be […]

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Intersect at Online News Association Conference

Weber Shandwick Seattle client Intersect – a new online storytelling platform that places emphasis on the intersections of place and time – has been on its own storytelling mission throughout the past few months. Following a successful trip to the Web 2.0 Expo in New York, the team traveled to the Online News Association Conference […]

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