It should be boom times for the PR industry. And yet in the past few weeks, there have been surprising pronouncements from holding companies that indicate a lack of confidence in the PR business.
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The implosion of trust across the globe has been met with echoing voices across California. This sentiment was loud and clear when we surveyed Californians across the state in January 2017.
Trust in healthcare, as well as in all five subsectors of healthcare we study, is actually on the rise, gaining momentum from last year and reversing a backwards trend we saw last year for pharma (globally and in the U.S.) and biotech (in the U.S. only).
In 2016, the world experienced a profound crisis of trust, one that has led people in many countries to reject the established order and act to change it in dramatic ways.
Every financial services company understands the importance of trust, yet some do a better job than others embracing it.
One day illness will be detected, diagnosed and treated in the home. This was the ultimate vision behind WIRED Health, the annual gathering of technologists and health professionals in London.
The World Economic Forum has communicated that, based on the current pace of change, the gender gap will not fully close until the year 2186.
China has often deviated from global findings in Edelman’s annual Trust Barometer study in years past and 2017 is no exception.
The 2017 Edelman Trust Barometer reveals that trust is in crisis around the world. The general population’s trust in all four key institutions — business, government, NGOs, and media — has declined broadly, a phenomenon not reported since Edelman began tracking trust among this segment in 2012.Read More