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Diversity Up for Rank-and-File Marketers

Wed, May 9, 2018

By Steve Barnes


Gender and ethnic diversity may be lacking at the top levels of the marketing business, but it is a far greater presence at the rank-and-file level of the industry, according to a survey conducted by the Association of National Advertisers.

How to Encourage Workplace Diversity and Inclusion

Wed, Jun. 14, 2017

By Stan Alleyne

Stan Alleyne Far too often in the workplace, diversity and inclusivity are treated as an afterthought, a periodic commitment companies apply to hiring practices and training sessions. Actual diversity and 
inclusion initiatives, however, take into account the workplace’s daily practices and culture. (1 reader comment)

JeffreyGroup Bolsters Brazil Team

Wed, Feb. 15, 2017

By Editorial Staff

JeffreyGroup directorsLatin America communications specialist JeffreyGroup has added Debora Pratali and Thiago Massari as group directors in its São Paulo office.

Black PR History Month Launched by 150+

Fri, Feb. 10, 2017

By Jack O'Dwyer

Black PR History MonthThe first “Black PR History Month,” extending to March 8, was launched last night at the penthouse conference room of Edelman with more than 150 present.

How Demographics Will Dictate the Market

Thu, Feb. 9, 2017

By Ronald Wong

Ronald WongAmerica is growing more diverse every day, and companies must embrace the evolution of the American consumer and communicate with audiences in ways that demonstrates a sincere understanding of its many different cultures.

JeffreyGroup Names New Data Director

Tue, Feb. 7, 2017

By Editorial Staff

Martin BidegarayMartin Bidegaray, expert in data-driven methodologies, has been promoted to director of JeffreyGroup’s insights and analysis practice.

Black PR History Month Highlighted by PR Museum

Mon, Feb. 6, 2017

By Jack O'Dwyer

Black PR History MonthProminent blacks are the focus of the first-ever Black PR History Month Feb. 10-March 8. National Black PR Society, Mike Paul and others have wondered why there are so few blacks in high PR posts.

SPMJ Opens in New Orleans

Fri, Feb. 3, 2017

By Editorial Staff

SPMJSPMJ Comunicação, specializing in service to international brands in Brazil and Latin America, hopes to work with U.S. clients looking to do business in Brazil.

Tearing Down the Wall Between Brands, Bicultural Consumers

Wed, Feb. 1, 2017

By Maria Amor

Maria Amor While the President has made a campaign pledge to build a wall between the U.S. and Mexico, brands in the U.S. that serve bicultural consumers have been successful in recent years doing the opposite.

Newlink Gets Creative with Ramirez

Thu, Jan. 19, 2017

By Editorial Staff

Rafael Ramirez20-year advertising veteran Rafael Ramirez, who began his career as a copywriter at Leo Burnett, takes on the role of chief creative officer at Newlink.

Latino Progressive Hub Debuts

Thu, Jan. 12, 2017

By Editorial Staff

Latino Progressive Hub4RCE Initiatives, Benitez Strategies and Sound Speed PR have joined together to form the Latino Progressive Hub.

Pushing PR's Limits to Effectively Reach Hispanics

Mon, Jun. 13, 2016

By Jorge Ortega

jorge ortegaWith Hispanics over-indexing on digital channels and devices, marketers working in our increasingly digital world now must employ a broader depth and breadth of assets and media approaches to connect and communicate effectively with today’s Hispanic market.

The Globalization of Public Relations

Fri, May 27, 2016

By David Ritchey

David RitcheyAgencies wanting international reach need to hire people who speak other languages and have some knowledge of customs in other countries.