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    Davos Digest 2019: Issue Four

    2019 has been tough for the World Economic Forum. It has always been marred with criticism and accusations of hypocrisy, but while the global elite would usually brush these aside, this year’s attendees seemed to lack a spring in their...

    January 25, 2019

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    Davos Digest: Issue Three

    Happy Friday! And boy do we need it after some despairing doomsday predictions from Davos yesterday where dire political and environmental news took a backseat to ominous forecasts in business and banking. Over the course of this year’s summit, what...

    January 25, 2019

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    Davos Digest 2019: Issue Two

    Yesterday at Davos was a rude awakening for those of us hoping for a respite from more Brexit and US government shutdown debate. On Tuesday, Former US Secretary of State John Kerry had a one-word answer when asked for his...

    January 24, 2019

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    Davos Digest 2019: Issue One

    Welcome to Day 1 of FleishmanHillard’s 2019 Davos Digest. The world’s leaders have descended upon the snowy ski resort for the unmissable World Economic Forum – or have they? The biggest news of this year’s gathering so far seems to...

    January 23, 2019

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    We are the 76%: The unholy alliance between the 1% and the 75%

    The investor class - the 1% - is waking up and speaking out on a bigger business agenda - purpose. They are joined in their journey by a generation on the ascendancy – the millennials. Why should investors and employers care? Because by 2025 will make up 75 per cent of the world’s working population.

    January 21, 2019

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    FleishmanHillard Fishburn wins at European Excellence Awards

    Last week at the 2018 European Excellence Awards held in Dublin, FleishmanHillard Fishburn won Large Agency of the Year! This follows on from winning Highly Commended for Large Agency of the Year at the PRCA Awards and Large Agency of...

    December 11, 2018

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    FleishmanHillard Fishburn named Best Large Agency of the Year at 2018 PRWeek Awards!

    At the prestigious 2018 PRWeek Awards, FleishmanHillard Fishburn was named Best Large Agency of the Year along with winning in FMCG, Health, Beauty, Retail and Fashion for client Crocs. The judges praised the creativity and impact of the Crocs campaign and the...

    October 17, 2018

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    FleishmanHillard Fishburn wins at the 2018 Corporate & Financial Awards

    More exciting news from our Reporting Communications team who have won twice last night at the Corporate & Financial Awards hosted by Communicate magazine. The team won Bronze in the Best Printed International Report for our work with Qatar National...

    September 26, 2018

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    A millennial manifesto for companies

    In 1984 two diametrically opposed things were supposed to happen. One was George Orwell’s dystopic vision of the future.  The other was the birth of a new era of corporate social responsibility. Following a seminal essay by management guru Peter Drucker in the same year, companies were urged to not just think about how they fattened the bank accounts of their shareholders, but how they could also create social and environmental value. In the last three decades, the following have become true.

    July 12, 2018

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    FleishmanHillard Fishburn wins Silver at AMEC Awards 2018

    FleishmanHillard Fishburn is very proud to announce a silver at the AMEC Awards 2018 in Barcelona last week for its work with FTSE100 packaging firm Smurfit Kappa. The win comes in the Best use of integrated communication measurement/research category in...

    June 19, 2018

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    Davos Digest 2019: Issue Four

    2019 has been tough for the World Economic Forum. It has always been marred with criticism and accusations of hypocrisy, but while the global elite would usually brush these aside, this year’s attendees seemed to lack a spring in their...

    January 25, 2019

  • Opinions

    Davos Digest: Issue Three

    Happy Friday! And boy do we need it after some despairing doomsday predictions from Davos yesterday where dire political and environmental news took a backseat to ominous forecasts in business and banking. Over the course of this year’s summit, what...

    January 25, 2019

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    Davos Digest 2019: Issue Two

    Yesterday at Davos was a rude awakening for those of us hoping for a respite from more Brexit and US government shutdown debate. On Tuesday, Former US Secretary of State John Kerry had a one-word answer when asked for his...

    January 24, 2019

  • Opinions

    Davos Digest 2019: Issue One

    Welcome to Day 1 of FleishmanHillard’s 2019 Davos Digest. The world’s leaders have descended upon the snowy ski resort for the unmissable World Economic Forum – or have they? The biggest news of this year’s gathering so far seems to...

    January 23, 2019

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    We are the 76%: The unholy alliance between the 1% and the 75%

    The investor class - the 1% - is waking up and speaking out on a bigger business agenda - purpose. They are joined in their journey by a generation on the ascendancy – the millennials. Why should investors and employers care? Because by 2025 will make up 75 per cent of the world’s working population.

    January 21, 2019

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      Davos Digest 2019: Issue Four

      2019 has been tough for the World Economic Forum. It has always been marred with criticism and accusations of hypocrisy, but while the global elite would usually brush these aside, this year’s attendees seemed to lack a spring in their...

      January 25, 2019

    • Opinions

      Davos Digest: Issue Three

      Happy Friday! And boy do we need it after some despairing doomsday predictions from Davos yesterday where dire political and environmental news took a backseat to ominous forecasts in business and banking. Over the course of this year’s summit, what...

      January 25, 2019

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      Davos Digest 2019: Issue Two

      Yesterday at Davos was a rude awakening for those of us hoping for a respite from more Brexit and US government shutdown debate. On Tuesday, Former US Secretary of State John Kerry had a one-word answer when asked for his...

      January 24, 2019

    • Opinions

      Davos Digest 2019: Issue One

      Welcome to Day 1 of FleishmanHillard’s 2019 Davos Digest. The world’s leaders have descended upon the snowy ski resort for the unmissable World Economic Forum – or have they? The biggest news of this year’s gathering so far seems to...

      January 23, 2019

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      We are the 76%: The unholy alliance between the 1% and the 75%

      The investor class - the 1% - is waking up and speaking out on a bigger business agenda - purpose. They are joined in their journey by a generation on the ascendancy – the millennials. Why should investors and employers care? Because by 2025 will make up 75 per cent of the world’s working population.

      January 21, 2019

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      FleishmanHillard Fishburn wins at European Excellence Awards

      Last week at the 2018 European Excellence Awards held in Dublin, FleishmanHillard Fishburn won Large Agency of the Year! This follows on from winning Highly Commended for Large Agency of the Year at the PRCA Awards and Large Agency of...

      December 11, 2018

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      FleishmanHillard Fishburn named Best Large Agency of the Year at 2018 PRWeek Awards!

      At the prestigious 2018 PRWeek Awards, FleishmanHillard Fishburn was named Best Large Agency of the Year along with winning in FMCG, Health, Beauty, Retail and Fashion for client Crocs. The judges praised the creativity and impact of the Crocs campaign and the...

      October 17, 2018

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      FleishmanHillard Fishburn wins at the 2018 Corporate & Financial Awards

      More exciting news from our Reporting Communications team who have won twice last night at the Corporate & Financial Awards hosted by Communicate magazine. The team won Bronze in the Best Printed International Report for our work with Qatar National...

      September 26, 2018

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      A millennial manifesto for companies

      In 1984 two diametrically opposed things were supposed to happen. One was George Orwell’s dystopic vision of the future.  The other was the birth of a new era of corporate social responsibility. Following a seminal essay by management guru Peter Drucker in the same year, companies were urged to not just think about how they fattened the bank accounts of their shareholders, but how they could also create social and environmental value. In the last three decades, the following have become true.

      July 12, 2018

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      FleishmanHillard Fishburn wins Silver at AMEC Awards 2018

      FleishmanHillard Fishburn is very proud to announce a silver at the AMEC Awards 2018 in Barcelona last week for its work with FTSE100 packaging firm Smurfit Kappa. The win comes in the Best use of integrated communication measurement/research category in...

      June 19, 2018

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      Davos Digest 2019: Issue Four

      2019 has been tough for the World Economic Forum. It has always been marred with criticism and accusations of hypocrisy, but while the global elite would usually brush these aside, this year’s attendees seemed to lack a spring in their...

      January 25, 2019

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      Davos Digest: Issue Three

      Happy Friday! And boy do we need it after some despairing doomsday predictions from Davos yesterday where dire political and environmental news took a backseat to ominous forecasts in business and banking. Over the course of this year’s summit, what...

      January 25, 2019

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      Davos Digest 2019: Issue Two

      Yesterday at Davos was a rude awakening for those of us hoping for a respite from more Brexit and US government shutdown debate. On Tuesday, Former US Secretary of State John Kerry had a one-word answer when asked for his...

      January 24, 2019

    • Opinions

      Davos Digest 2019: Issue One

      Welcome to Day 1 of FleishmanHillard’s 2019 Davos Digest. The world’s leaders have descended upon the snowy ski resort for the unmissable World Economic Forum – or have they? The biggest news of this year’s gathering so far seems to...

      January 23, 2019

    • Opinions

      We are the 76%: The unholy alliance between the 1% and the 75%

      The investor class - the 1% - is waking up and speaking out on a bigger business agenda - purpose. They are joined in their journey by a generation on the ascendancy – the millennials. Why should investors and employers care? Because by 2025 will make up 75 per cent of the world’s working population.

      January 21, 2019

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