Reuters recently presented a panel, The Future of Money: Cashing out on Cash, to discuss disruption in the financial services sector and the future in how we pay. Panelists disagreed on everything from the role of startups to the value of a fiat currency, but agreed that money would be controlled by the most trusted parties.
To realize the strengths of our global integration and the benefits of real-time collaboration, we conducted a two-week road trip to Tokyo, Hong Kong, Singapore, and Dubai gathering our teams in the region to bring together 50+ executives to learn together and hatch new thinking.
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The Expo journey is the first time that Edelman Italy has participated in an event of its kind: consulting over 10 clients across the six-month event and managing a network of the highest members, from brands to countries, corporate to consumer.
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As Halloween approaches, it’s natural to turn to scary thoughts. Even for financial services communicators there are fears lurking in the background.
Over the past few years, the Edelman Analyst Relations team has noticed a shift in the industry analyst space. The lines between media, analysts and other influencers are becoming blurrier than ever before.
In times of crisis, it’s easy for leaders to cast aside communications to focus on fixing the problem. That’s not only a mistake, but a missed opportunity to bolster credibility.
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