We’re proud to be recognized for the second year in a row as a PRWeek Best Place to Work! Why? Our team explains why we’re “engaging, always.”
Lions Health attendees: join us tomorrow as we discuss #BreakingBias with Alan M. Blassberg, Ed Lang and Laura Schoen. Learn more on the panel at
CEO Activism

Thanks Ad Age for naming us an A-List Agency Standout for a second year in a row. Proud to be in such great company. Congrats to our colleagues & thanks to our client partners!


A great evening earlier this week at the 2018 North America SABRE Awards where we took home four awards and were named a finalist for "Best in Show" for our work with client Royal Caribbean to “Eclipse the Eclipse." Congratulations to our people and our client partners on these honors!

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Tahl Mayer
· July 9, 2017
Weber Shandwick values money over human life. They have a $1.2 million a year contract with Al-sisi's General Intelligence Services. My friend was tortured and murdered by these secret police, and you... think this is ok? This PR company is everything that is wrong with our society. Shame on you. You disgust me! See More
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· September 18, 2017
Weber Shandwick is an absolute gem! Being the developers of a tool for media monitoring and influencers search, we're giving back to the community by offering a year of unlimited access in return for ...a feedback! We'd be thrilled to have your expertise too! See More
Ena Chakravorty
· October 17, 2015
Osm place to work with an extraordinary boss. An experience with lots of learning
Dillon Taylor
· December 30, 2015
Awaiting A reply from a email i have sent in, be reading all over about this Company wanting to get involved.
Wang Xiaodong
· June 17, 2014
Why I like weber Shandwick? I am figuring

Happy Lunar New Year from Weber Shandwick!

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Paul Massey, global lead of Weber Shandwick Social Impact, shares his thoughts on what purpose-driven organizations can expect to encounter in the remainder of the year ahead.

As the new year kicks off, Weber Shandwick’s Social Impact team took the time to sit down with several of our global network’s leading…

83% of consumer activists agree it’s more important now than ever to show support for companies by buying from them versus 59% participating in boycotts:

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Ghaleb Zeidan, Managing Director, Abu Dhabi, on the office's flexible work policy and how it's helped members of his team continue their studies.

Companies in Great Place to Work say they have various measures to support studying employees

Director, Platform Strategy Danielle Calhoun shares her experience as a first-generation college grad learning to navigate a career in communications and PR:

Meet Danielle Calhoun. Trailblazer, educator and digital maven. Being a woman of color, a Latina and the first in her family to attend college, she faced a myriad of challenges to overcome in the professional space.

BUYcotts are increasingly overtaking boycotts, with intended impact to company reputation. More via Fast Company our research on this trend in #ConsumerActivism:

Just as in political elections, people would rather take action to make a statement.

In 2018, companies will need to step up their efforts as consumers increasingly look to industry leaders to solve the world’s toughest problems. This month, Weber Shandwick Social Impact reveals how society – and Hollywood – is demanding more:

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Our new research on #ConsumerActivism found that the BUYcott movement is growing and expected to outpace boycotts:

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With trust on the decline, the call for CEOs speaking up on societal issues is on the rise. Our chairman Jack Leslie and others share thoughts from #Davos on #CEOActivism (via The Holmes Report).

The Holmes Report presented an event at the World Economic Forum with Weber Shandwick and Dow Jones, exploring how business navigates populism, volatility and fake news.

"There have never been more opportunities for CEOs to demonstrate leadership in addressing these inequities and living up to social purpose. Both consumers and their own employees are continuing to push companies to respond to social need.” – Chairman, Jack Leslie

A Davos week that began with dire prognostications on the collapse of trust ended in upbeat mood, with economic optimism helping to allay concerns about political upheaval.

Tune in now via The Holmes Report, live from #Davos.

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We are live from #Davos on volatility, populism & fake news featuring Jack Leslie from Weber Shandwick, Kathy Calvin from UN Foundation, Abhinav Kumar from Tata Consultancy Services, Thea Rogers from Deliveroo, Sharb Farjami from storyful & Edward Roussel from Dow Jones

Tune in tomorrow via The Holmes Report on Facebook at 10:30AM ET for a live discussion from #Davos on volatility, populism and fake news featuring our Chairman Jack Leslie, Kathy Calvin, Abhinav Kumar, Sharb Farjami and Edward Roussel.

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From the importance of work/life balance to advice to the next generation of PR professionals, Weber Shandwick Australia Managing Director Ava Lawler discusses leadership with Mumbrella.

What has been the biggest change for you since winning PR Leader of the Year at Mumbrella’s CommsCon Awards in 2017? Being recognised last year was a real