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Year: 2016

  • FleishmanHillard Appoints J.J. Carter Global Chief Operating Officer and President of the Americas

    January 20, 2016

    Jack Modzelewski Named Global President of Business Development and Partnerships St. Louis, Jan. 20, 2016 – Today, FleishmanHillard (FH) named J.J. Carter as the firm’s first Global Chief Operating Officer (COO) and President, Americas. Carter will be responsible for the worldwide business operations of FleishmanHillard and in that capacity, will focus on enhancing the FleishmanHillard experience for its employees, clients, agency partners and with the DAS Group of Companies. Carter will report to president and CEO...

  • PRWeek Performance Series: The Ultimate Cybersecurity Survival Guide

    January 15, 2016

    Webinar Date: January 26, 2016 Register Now Over the past two years, numerous companies have fallen victim to a cybersecurity breach. Brands – and the agencies that work with them – must now prepare for when, not if, a breach will happen, and many companies do not have adequate measures to protect themselves against these risks. Join FleishmanHillard’s own Harry Frazier, SVP, senior partner, and a leader of the agency’s Privacy and Cyber Risk offering...

  • FleishmanHillard Named First Communications Agency of Record for Russell Stover

    January 14, 2016

    FleishmanHillard has been named as Russell Stover’s first communications AOR in its almost century-long history. The iconic chocolate and candy producer acquired the firm’s services to develop its social media, digital and public relations strategies, creating content for the brand to share its story with its loyal consumer base. The account will be led by FleishmanHillard’s Chicago office, with support from team members in the Kansas City and St. Louis offices.

  • Four Reasons to Love Listicles

    January 5, 2016

    Writers don’t like listicles. They cite an absurd mish-mash of topics and a yawn-worthy, predictable structure. What’s more, they say, life’s complexities don’t always fit into the listicle template (so stop trying to force it, OK?!). Yet, despite these grumbles, it’s basic human nature to want to find an easy solution to all life’s problems. Lists attempt to catch readers’ attention and provide straightforward answers to genuine, “help me” Google queries. So the listicle can...