Hanan Kamir - KAMIR
Leeza L. Hoyt, APR - The Hoyt Organization, Inc.
Israel is one of the fastest-growing countries in the world. At just 75 years old, it has become a significant player in the global economy and a true contributor to the development of technology. Israel is known as the startup nation, with thousands of startups operating in a country of 9.5 million people. This, and… Continue reading Communications in Israel: the Challenge
Natalie Ghidotti - Ghidotti
Today, media relations outreach and social media programs are considered basic fundamentals in a public relations program, but in truth, they are just one component of a successful business strategy. Given public relations is an integral component in today’s business landscape, a strategic investment in communications efforts can drive results and help companies stand out… Continue reading Making Sure Your Public Relations Efforts Generate New Business
Nick Leighton - NettResults Middle East
When you’re living in a material world, instant gratification is the name of the game and your business-to-consumer marketing approach should cater to its audience accordingly. However, when your focus is on B2B marketing, your clients’ services are the product and the purchasing process is not as simple as clicking “Add to Cart” nor should… Continue reading Playing the Long Game in B2B Marketing
Dwayne Alexander - Alexander PR
When a crisis hits a business and affects its reputation, the response must be prompt, transparent, and effective. Here are the most important things a business should do when a crisis hits the media, affecting its reputation. Firstly, a business should acknowledge the crisis publicly. Silence can make the situation worse and lead to negative… Continue reading What to do When a Crisis Hits Your Business
New White Paper Shares Expert Advice from Around the Globe A crisis is often evaluated by how the CEO or Management handle it leaving out the important role of the board. There are common factors that come together to create bad habits but with improved communication you can avoid a dysfunctional board of directors. Crisis… Continue reading The Role of Boards In Crisis Leadership
Brad Kostka - Roop & Co.
We have seen so much change in recent years. The world has rapidly shifted towards digital, and Industry 4.0 is sweeping across value chains of most if not all economic sectors. The age of PR (or Public Relations) 4.0 has arrived together with the massive shift to digital and social. PR4.0 is more than just… Continue reading PR4.0 Has Arrived – Are You Ready For It?
Ieva Naujalyte - Adverum
The marketing AI revolution is in the early stages. In order to avoid getting left behind, communications professionals need to be aware of the artificial intelligence (AI) technologies that are available to them, determine which ones can have the greatest impact on their business and start putting them to use. What is marketing artificial intelligence?… Continue reading Revolutionizing PR and Marketing: How Artificial Intelligence is Changing the Game
Michael Diegelmann - cometis AG
Inflation is skyrocketing. Economies around the world are stalling. And on top of all this – we have a war in Europe. However you look at it, these are challenging times. Many people feel anxious about money, health, and their future; people are increasingly in a state of chronic stress because they face multiple crises.… Continue reading The Art of Communication in Challenging Times
It is five minutes to midnight, at least when it comes to sustainability and corporate reporting. We are living in a time where demands from several stakeholder groups – be it NGOs, customers, investors or governments – have never been higher. To give you an example: no one wants to buy a T-shirt that has… Continue reading Why Every Company Will Need Good ESG Reporting