Congratulations on getting your teams successfully transitioned to remote work and video meetings. Everyone’s patience for the background distractions, wi-fi drop-offs and muted banter continues to show resilience. Yet there are moments when the stakes are high and there are no do-overs – a keynote speech, a live media interview, an investor pitch, an important…

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Black Lives Matter. With protests continuing across the nation and the world, the importance of this movement has never been more apparent. A recent report from the USC Annenberg Center for Public Relations examines how movements like this have shaped national conversations in the past couple years. Black Lives Matter is included alongside March for…

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Conference cancelled. Summit postponed. To be rescheduled. These are three phrases we’re all too familiar with these days. No large gatherings of people means the future of major conferences and even more intimate, panel-focused programs are likely off the table until we have better treatments for COVID-19. For our clients, that means a huge cut…

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The COVID-19 pandemic has forced businesses around the world into crisis mode. Between navigating stimulus funding, adjusting to remote work and just trying to keep the lights on, businesses are moving fast – but at what cost to employees and internal communications? When dealing with loss of revenue and uncertainty about the future, it’s easy…

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In the beginning of the COVID-19 outbreak, the media was all COVID all the time. Reporters were racing to cover the latest death toll as the virus spread like wildfire across the US. It felt like every minute there was a new update from the government. Flash forward two months, and the temperature is changing….

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By 2023, global spending on smart cities initiatives is projected to reach $189.5 billion. This represents a major inflection point in the rise of smart cities. City planners, government officials and transit technology companies are all working together to bring metropolitan areas the latest advances in smart grid technology, intelligent traffic management and more. Over…

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Every day, it seems like there’s a new cyber threat or attack. From the fear of cyberwarfare with Iran to reports of major multinational corporations leaving sensitive customer data exposed, 2020 has already seen its share of cybersecurity crises — and Q1 isn’t even over yet. This was a major point of discussion at the…

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Contemplating the future is embedded in RH Strategic’s DNA. Like you, we geek out about what’s possible and seek out what’s next on the disruption agenda. As storytellers, we see the innovation of the last few decades as only a prelude to an epic global transformation story that will play out over a century or…

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We’ve all worked at companies where conversations about professional development and growth were relegated to quarterly or annual check-ins where managers and direct reports came up with a list of goals, then promptly filed them away and forgot about them. At RH Strategic, our focus on developing and retaining talent led us to consider better…

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Over the past year, business leaders worldwide have been sensing that confidence is low – but where’s the data to support that? The 2019 Worldcom Confidence Index fills that void with hard data gathered using a survey methodology powered by artificial intelligence. Worldcom Public Relations Group commissioned research company Advanced Symbolics Inc. (ASI) to assess the…

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Successful integrated marketing starts with a cohesive message. Whether organizations are selling to other enterprises, consumers or potential investors, they first need to define their brand story, then relay it consistently across strategies. But a one-size-fits-all approach won’t work. We believe the best outcomes are driven by purposeful planning that aligns integrated PR and marketing…

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