Winning at the Game of Engagement

We are all engaging (always) at Weber Shandwick, but when it comes to sharpening our skills, only a select few could be crowned the kings and queens of Content Fusion in a new game we invented called the Game of Engagement, which debuted yesterday at Weber Shandwick Seattle’s internal Content Fusion workshop! It was a great day […]

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Trending Tech: Google's skydiving stunt, Nexus 7 & RIM's decline

Google makes headlines and sets a new PR stunt bar, with an action-packed developers conference involving a  skydiving stunt featuring Google’s ‘Project Glass’ and introducing its first tablet,  Nexus 7. In other news, Microsoft officially buys Yammer, iPhone celebrates five years of sales with $150 billion revenue and RIM posts a loss of $518 million. […]

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PR, the Career I Can’t Explain

So what exactly does someone working in PR do? That’s a good question, as the inner workings of PR aren’t as obvious to an outsider in the same ways that those of a doctor, lawyer or tennis instructor might be. As a result, answering this reasonably straightforward question can be a challenge.

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Trending Tech: Microsoft’s ‘Surface,’ Lawsuits and Green Initiatives

Microsoft enters the tablet business with the launch of ‘Surface,’ eBay undertakes a green initiative by building data centers that will use renewable energy and Sharp unveils the ‘world’s biggest’ television. In lawsuit news, Yahoo seeks to settle its patent infringement case with Facebook, Kodak sues Apple and LinkedIn faces a $5 million lawsuit over […]

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Weber Shandwick Named Finalist for Puget Sound Business Journal’s 2012 Washington’s Best Workplaces

Weber Shandwick Seattle is excited to announce that it’s one of 85 companies named as a finalist for the Puget Sound Business Journal‘s 2012 Washington’s Best Workplaces! The annual competition celebrates top workplaces in Washington that foster growth and  innovation among employees, provide valuable benefits and simply make working fun. Stay tuned on August 10th for the […]

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Confession: This Foodie Forgot to Eat at BlogHer Food 2012

The first thing everyone asked after I returned from the event was, “How was the food?!”   Well, I’m still embarrassed to admit this, but I forgot to eat. Shocking, right? Who goes to a food conference, takes photos of the food and then forgets to eat? This girl. And I’m not a happy camper when […]

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Two Minutes with…Mary Sullivan

“Two Minutes With” is Weber Shandwick Seattle’s employee spotlight series that provides professional and personal insight into our rock star team. Enjoy! Tell us a little bit about you and your background. I was born and raised in North Kingstown, Rhode Island and my parents still live there.  I also have a brother who I am […]

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Trending Tech: Apple’s WWDC 2012, Cost Cuts & Facebook Exchange

Apple dominated another week after it announced new products and updates on the opening day of its Worldwide Developers Conference. In other news, Nokia announced massive layoffs while Dell communicated plans to cut costs to grow beyond PCs. Facebook announced the launch of a real-time ad bidding system to improve its ad revenue in conjunction with plans […]

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Weber Shandwick Named One of the 100 Best Companies to Work For

Weber Shandwick is proud to be named one of the 100 Best Companies to Work in Washington for 2012. Taking second place in the Companies Headquartered Outside of Washington category by Seattle Business Magazine, our office was honored for having “morale that is through the roof,” as one employee noted in their anonymous survey. The annual awards […]

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