Congrats are in Order at Weber Shandwick Seattle!

The Weber Shandwick Seattle office is pleased to announce the promotion of Tim Fry to chair of the Global Technology Practice and Michelle Maggs to executive vice president and general manager of the Weber Shandwick Seattle office! Check out the official announcement. A veteran of the firm for more than 16 years, Tim has worked with […]

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Taking PR to the Public

This morning, I had the pleasure of attending the Pacific Northwest Integrated Communications Forum organized by PRNewswire at the Seattle Public Library. The three-hour forum featured keynote speakers from PEMCO and Microsoft and a panel of PR agency digital strategists in which our very own Tim Fry participated. It is clear from the forum that […]

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Workforce Magazine Features Tim Fry and Weber Shandwick

Ever sit at your desk, staring hopelessly at your inbox’s triple or quadruple unread tally? Or even worse, hesitate when planning your PTO because of the inevitable onslaught of mails that you’ll need to catch up on when you get back? How about being needlessly included as a CC in a mail? Many times, I’ve […]

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Connecting Again at Mobile World Congress

Weber Shandwick Seattle sends two of its technology leaders to Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.

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Weber GM Tim Fry on New Day Northwest!

Today Tim Fry, general manager of Weber Shandwick Seattle, appeared on the local daily news show, New Day Northwest to discuss the results of the firm’s first annual ‘State of Seattle’ survey. Watch for some surprising findings on Seattle’s shifting business landscape and perceptions of the Emerald City.

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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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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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