Canadians are all too familiar with the Jian Ghomeshi sexual assault cases however, what some fail to notice is the public scrutiny was theatrically conducted by Jian himself.
“He was so wrapped up in his own self-interest and in positioning himself as victim that he failed to see that there are many women in our society who have been victims,” said Bill Walker, principal at MidtownPR – a firm that specializes in crisis management.
Read more about Jian’s failed attempt at preserving his public reputation, here.
After a PR firm received a negative response on Twitter over their chosen name, they disabled their accounts – including their website – changed their name, and issues a public apology.
The firm pleads ignorance and quickly amended their wrongdoing. Read more about it here.
This luncheon will honor women who have made bold advances in managing crises, developing brand messages, protecting and building brand reputations, and creating content for digital platforms – for their own company’s account or that of their clients.
View the list of honorees here.
The original founder, Dick Lewis, of PR agency Lewis & Associates, dies at 89. Throughout his 60-year career, Lewis has worked with many clients such as the L.A. chapter of the American Institute of Architects, Bunker Hill Towers, and the Auto Club of Southern California.
Read more about Dick Lewis, here.