Richard Edelman addressed the American Marketing Association's Symposium for the Marketing of Higher Education in Orlando.
Richard Edelman was invited to be one of 20 CEOs profiled in a new book by Peter Vanham, a contributor to Forbes and the Financial Times, called Before I Was CEO.
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There was a lovely ceremony honoring five other leaders in the PR field. A video introduced Dan. I had not heard his voice for nearly two years.
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I had a very specific choice to make: the family business or the corporate career I had planned on.
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This is the present of a businessman to the people of France, in appreciation of the opportunity afforded him over the past three decades to build the world’s leader in prestige brands.
Here was our situation three years ago: women made up two thirds of our employee base, but only one third of our executive ranks.
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It is intolerable for PR firms to use sock puppet accounts on Wikipedia.
By blogging, I have been able to address a wide range of topics: from political change in the world, to the explosive impact of digital platforms and technology to some of our most brilliant client work.