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The CEO Reputation Premium: why engagement matters
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The CEO Reputation Premium: why engagement matters

// 10 March 2015

For those responsible for the management of an organisation’s reputation, life has never been particularly straightforward. Product quality relies heavily on an immaculate supply chain; service quality is only as good as the unhappiest employee; and a strong finan...

Intergenerational Report starts a spirited conversation about our future
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Intergenerational Report starts a spirited conversation about our future

// 5 March 2015

The Intergenerational Report: an innocuous name but a loaded document. The report handed down by the Federal Government today paints a picture of a future where we live longer, work for longer and cost a lot more to keep alive. Asking the big questions The report ...

A good work-life balance makes all the difference
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A good work-life balance makes all the difference

// 4 March 2015

After four years at Weber Shandwick, I could tell that 2014 was shaping up to be a fabulous one. I had just wrapped up some great campaigns, including the privilege of travelling to Melbourne to work with our counterparts from Weber Shandwick London at the World Congres...

The RBA's rate cut: should we believe the hype?
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The RBA's rate cut: should we believe the hype?

// 3 February 2015

As one of Weber Shandwick’s finance ‘nerds’, I took a moment this afternoon to explain what the interest rate cut is all about. Here are four reasons why it matters for everyone:   Shares are up, mortgages are down - If you have a mortgage...

Weber Shandwick Named to Advertising Age’s 2015 Agency A-List
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Weber Shandwick Named to Advertising Age’s 2015 Agency A-List

// 27 January 2015

Weber Shandwick has been named to Advertising Age’s Agency A-List, an annual ranking of the best advertising and marketing firms. For the second year in a row, we are the only public relations firm to have been recognised. Advertising Age affirmed, “Public relat...

The Streets of London
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The Streets of London

// 20 January 2015

Flying home to Ireland to spend the Christmas holidays with family was set to be a long haul trip. So I decided to make the most of it and stop by Weber Shandwick London to work with the Consumer team for a week. Here’s how it went… I arrived at the door of Weber...

Engaging Cities: Sydney’s place in Asia Pacific
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Engaging Cities: Sydney’s place in Asia Pacific

// 12 December 2014

A new and far reaching study conducted by Weber Shandwick has uncovered the increasing significance of “soft power” as a key contributor to the reputation of cities across Asia Pacific. Engaging Cities: the Growing Relevance of Soft Power to City Reputations in Asi...

The Financial System Inquiry: breaking the Internet, any day now
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The Financial System Inquiry: breaking the Internet, any day now

// 9 December 2014

Government reviews are strange beasts. They can be all-consuming to those involved, while the rest of the population carries on, oblivious to all but a few headlines. The Financial Systems Inquiry (FSI) is no different. Finance industry players have been speculating ...

Rounding out a successful year at the 2014 Golden Target Awards
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Rounding out a successful year at the 2014 Golden Target Awards

// 25 November 2014

The Public Relations Institute of Australia’s Golden Target Awards set the standard for PR excellence in this industry. This year’s national awards were held in Brisbane last night, where Weber Shandwick Australia was lucky enough to be recognised in two categories,...

More wins for reputation management with Danone Nutricia
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More wins for reputation management with Danone Nutricia

// 25 November 2014

Weber Shandwick’s work with Danone Nutricia continues to receive industry recognition, with a number of global and national awards this year. Last month, we were thrilled to be named among the World’s 50 Best PR Programs at the Global SABRE Awards. This followed two...

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