Original story posted here. ALL SUPERHEROES ARE THE SAME. Their power may differ, their purpose may vary – but all superheroes share an undeniable bond to each other and an unbreakable bond with the public. Being real. Superheroes are true to who there are, whether to their strengths (Superman) or to their flaws (Batman.) When Superman … Read more Brand Superheroes: Why Being Real Matters Now More Than Ever
Hill+Knowlton Strategies today announced Scott Reed, a top Republican political strategist and former executive director of the Republican National Committee, will join the firm as a senior advisor effective Dec. 1, 2016. Known as a veteran political organizer and expert campaign manager, Reed oversees the federal voter educational program at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. … Read more Veteran GOP Strategist Scott W. Reed Joins Hill+Knowlton Strategies
Tonight in London, Global Chairman & CEO of Hill+Knowlton Strategies, Jack Martin was inducted into The International Communications Consultancy Organization’s Hall of Fame. This prestigious award was established in 2003 as a way to recognize public relations professionals for making great strides in leading the industry to global heights. Inductees show strong leadership and make … Read more Global Chairman & CEO, Jack Martin, Inducted into ICCO Hall of Fame
The International Communications Consultancy Organization (ICCO) inducted Jack Martin, Global Chairman and CEO of Hill+Knowlton Strategies, into the Hall of Fame at the annual gala, celebrating his expertise and contribution to the public relations industry. LONDON, December 6, 2016 – Jack Martin, Hill+Knowlton Strategies Global Chairman and CEO, was inducted into the ICCO Hall of Fame … Read more ICCO Inducts H+K Global Chairman and CEO, Jack Martin, Into Hall of Fame
They say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. If that’s the case, designers are quite generous with their compliments, especially when it comes to brand logo colors and, by extension, mobile application icons. Open your smartphone home screen: See a lot of blue? We thought so. In entrepreneur and blogger Stuart Hall’s “The Colors … Read more Why Are So Many App Icons Blue?
The rise and spread of the Internet is one of the most transformative events in human history. Information that would have taken hours of diligent research is available instantly, we are connected to one another in virtual space at all times, and the computers we carry casually in our pockets and handbags can do things … Read more Letting the Data Decide
In a landmark ruling today, the Investigatory Powers Act – a flagship but highly controversial piece of legislation of the current Conservative government – has been ruled illegal by the European Union’s Court of Justice. Ironically, the case government was originally brought to the court by Brexit minister David Davis before his appointment (against the … Read more Future of Investigatory Powers Act unclear after EU ruling
I don’t know about you, but I’m kind of ready to drop the mic on 2016. Instead of looking back and thinking about how things went so horribly wrong, I’d rather look ahead and think about what 2017 holds and, specifically, what opportunities – and challenges – lie ahead for brands… Welcome to a post-selfie … Read more How brands can thrive in a post selfie world: a look ahead at 2017
If you thought 2016 was one of the craziest years in political history. 2017 could be getting even crazier as some of Europe’s key economies will show if they too have been bitten by the populism bug. 2016 may well go down in the history books as “year zero” or “big bang for populism” but we … Read more Brexit: Is it Europe’s turn in 2017?
The telecoms regulator Ofcom has called for Openreach – which runs the UK’s broadband infrastructure – to be legally split from BT. Before privatisation in the 80s, British Telecom was the state-owned telecoms provider in the UK. Before that it was run by the post office and known as Post Office Telecommunications. The Conservative government … Read more 5 GIFs that explain the BT Openreach split