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Blog post #43: Time to Brexit?

04 Feb 2016

Nearly 41 years ago, in June 1975, the United Kingdom took the historic decision to enter what was then known as the Common Market. A thumping 67% voted yes. Labour’s Harold Wilson had campaigned alongside the Conservative’s Edward Heath for a “yes” vote. The ‘no’ campaign, headed by the legend of the Left, Tony Benn, had to admit it was wrong. “Message Received” rang out the headline in the left-wing Mirror tabloid newspaper. Fast forward to 2016, and the situation is far more ambiguous. Prime Minister David Cameron is engaged in a strange game of “dare” with the European Institutions. No-one in Europe wants Britain to leave, but if Britain cries wolf for too long, it may be taken at its word.
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Prime Named to Contagious Pioneers 2016, Honouring the Best and Bravest Agencies in the World

03 Feb 2016

Prime, a Weber Shandwick company, was named to the inaugural list of Contagious Pioneers, “a ranking of the agencies around the globe that consistently set the standard for excellence and innovation in marketing.” The 12 agencies honoured as the Contagious Pioneers 2016 were selected by the editors of Contagious, a marketing intelligence service focused on innovation and creativity.
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Dutch Presidency of the Council of the EU – A Weber Shandwick Memo

18 Dec 2015

The Netherlands will take over the six-month Presidency of the Council of the European Union on 1 January 2016. The Hague will lead debates with an ambitious political agenda. From security to climate, transport, trade, digital and healthcare, please find our insights on the Dutch Presidency priorities in our memo below. We hope this may help guide your advocacy for the next six months.
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Weber Shandwick is First Global PR Firm on Facebook at Work

18 Dec 2015

The pilot is part of the firm's ongoing effort to explore and understand new innovative communications platforms for clients engaging important constituencies, including employees. Weber Shandwick employees across various teams and global locations will be a part of the pilot programme initially. The agency pilot will include teams with varied organisational structures and workflows to understand the platform’s best use-cases for different types of clients, as well as for the firm itself.
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Weber Shandwick launches ‘Brexit’ risk assessment tool for business

18 Dec 2015

In the week of a major European summit on the future direction of the Union, Weber Shandwick has launched an innovative new tool to enable businesses to plan for the variety of scenarios pertaining to the UK’s future membership of the UK. The next twelve months could see a fundamental transformation of Britain’s relationship with Europe. Indeed, the most recent polls show the race to be on a knife-edge. This could make a real difference to business and the environment in which business operates in. In this light, Weber Shandwick has developed a Brexit Risk Assessment Tool, to help businesses navigate this complex and potentially difficult environment.
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Investing in What Matters

20 Nov 2015

Weber Shandwick is energised to support more than 150 client assignments focused on the United Nations’ 17 new Global Goals for Sustainable Development.
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Weber Shandwick Wins 2015 Global Agency of the Year at Holmes Global SABRE Awards

30 Oct 2015

Weber Shandwick has been named 2015 Global Agency of the Year by The Holmes Report, marking the second year in a row the firm has earned this top industry distinction, at the Global SABRE Awards Ceremony held in Miami on October 28th. This is the fourth time in six years that Weber Shandwick has earned this award. Honourees are selected by the publication’s editors based on information gathered during an extensive research process, which takes into account the performance of more than 400 firms worldwide.
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Weber Shandwick’s Social Impact Team Launches Innovation Trends Report

27 Oct 2015

Weber Shandwick’s Social Impact practice, a global team working at the intersection of corporate social responsibility, sustainability and social issues, launched the Innovation Trends Report series. The team created this resource to build awareness and fuel dialogue around the fast growing Solution Economy – multi-disciplinary and collaborative efforts by companies, foundations, nonprofits and governments to solve complex social problems.

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