CES Returns to Las Vegas in 2022: Back to Normal or to a Different Kind of Normal?

by Chip Scarinzi

Deputy U.S. Technology Lead
May 5, 2021

Russia Briefing: In Anticipation of the 2021 Legislative Elections

Executive Summary Following last year’s vote on constitutional amendments, Russia is currently in the middle of another electoral cycle. September 2021 will see the elections to define the composition of the Russian Parliament’s lower chamber (the State Duma) for the next five years. Ahead of this vote, PBN H+K Strategies analyzed the election’s implications for … Read more

NEWS: Hill+Knowlton Strategies Strengthens its Citizenship + Sustainability Consultancy with new U.S. Lead

April 14, NEW YORK – Hill+Knowlton Strategies (H+K), one of the world’s leading public relations and consultancy firms, has appointed an ESG expert, Cathy Resler as Senior Vice President and lead of the firm’s citizenship + sustainability ​consultancy​ practice, Better ImpactTM for the U.S. market. “More than ever, we are seeing an enhanced need for … Read more

China’s 14th Five-Year Plan (2021-2025) Report

Decoding the Chinese leadership’s vision of a self-reliant yet globally integrated China and what it means for business In March, China’s most important annual political meetings took place as thousands of delegates to the National People’s Congress (NPC), the national legislature, and the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC), the top political advisory body, convened … Read more

NEWS: H+K reinforces its Regional Hub Services with the appointment of key senior hires in Singapore

18 March, SINGAPORE – Hill+Knowlton Strategies (H+K), one of the world’s leading public relations firms, has appointed key senior hires strengthening its Regional Hub capabilities in Singapore. Jason Cheang has been appointed as Director of Integrated Communications. With over sixteen years of experience in digital strategy and marketing communications in the region, Jason joins the … Read more

Building the Podium

“Say it.” Two words, huge implications. As a young woman early in my career, I was facing the challenge to give my opinion to a room full of experts with triple, if not quadruple, the amount of experience I had. It was the kind of anxiety-inducing event that could show up on a Secret commercial. … Read more