Goldy Hyder of H+K Strategies Canada speaks with Marketing Magazine and shares what’s changed in PR over the last year, what inspires him, tools of the trade and what the future holds.
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Ebola: The End of the Beginning
Posted on 12.17.2014 by David Bowen.
After a victorious battle in World War II, Winston Churchill broadcast to the nation, saying: “This is not the end. It is not even the beginning of the end, but it is, perhaps, the end of the beginning.”
With no new cases arising in the United States in weeks, many have declared that we have reached the end of the Ebola crisis in America, but as Churchill reminded his listeners, this is only the end of the beginning. READ MORE >
As we all plan to welcome in the New Year, it is always a good time both to reflect and to look forward. Just this week, one of our global crisis clients raised an issue that undoubtedly remains at the top of the agenda for 2015—data. Big data, small data, smart data, dark data, data integration, data architecture, data storage—the list goes on. No matter which sector or which part of the world we are in—this is now where reputations are won or lost. READ MORE >
Congratulations to H+K San Francisco's Courtney Quattrini, who was named one of 2014's top women in PR by PR News!
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Laura House, H+K Strategies UK's Head of People + Purpose, on why Waitrose is the true winner of the 2014 Christmas Advertising Battle.
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No Company is an Island: A Systematic Approach to Engaging with Stakeholders
Posted on 12.04.2014 by Thomas Tindemans.
We advise our clients all over the world on a daily basis on how to optimize their communications both internally and externally. A particular form of our clients’ communications needs is the interaction with and the delivery of messages to public authorities and government instances to influence their decisions, as these can create the policy environment in which our clients conduct their business. READ MORE >
Innovate or Die – The New Marketing Landscape
Posted on 12.03.2014 by Mike Coates.
A few weeks ago, I participated in a panel discussion at the AdForum Worldwide Summit in New York City. The session was hosted by Arun Sudhaman, Partner/Editor-in-Chief at The Holmes Report. I saw it as a great opportunity to continue the conversations I’ve been having about the idea of “innovating influence” and, in particular, the growing demand for content. The topic of the discussion was around that old chestnut, “Are PR and advertising competitive or collaborative?” READ MORE >