Le bureau de Edelman Montréal veut combler un poste de coordonnateur pour des clients du secteur des produits de consommation.
Le titulaire du poste devra compter au moins un an d’expérience pertinente en relations publiques ou dans un …
I have to hand it to The Atlantic. First they provoke society by using their influential cover to wonder aloud: Why Women Still Can’t Have It All. Now, they did it again by questioning what we’ve all thought, but never asked: Why Are There So Many Women in Public Relations?
Gail Becker, Edelman’s president of strategic partnerships and founding chair of Edelman’s Global Women’s Executive Network (GWEN), speaks to Marketing Magazine about the lack of women in leadership roles in a female-driven industry. Read the full article here.August 13, 2014 in External posts, Our Ideas
Le traducteur bilingue sera principalement responsable de la traduction de textes anglais en français, mais aussi de quelques textes français en anglais, dans une multitude de formats qui répondent aux besoins particuliers de nos clients. Ces textes comprennent des …
Edelman Canada is expanding its Vancouver digital team, and is looking for a Community Manager to join them. Reporting to an Account Manager/ Senior Account Manager, the Community Manager will support and contribute to the digital team in the …
Edelman Canada est à la recherche d’un professionnel des relations publiques expérimenté pour joindre sa pratique Consommation en pleine expansion à Montréal.
Le directeur principal relève du directeur général par intérim d’Edelman Montréal et travaille en étroite collaboration avec le …
It’s no secret that people in PR work a lot, and in your first few years it can be tough to think about pursuing a passion on top of everything else you have going on. Eventually though, I started to realize that watching Game of Thrones and sitting on my porch weren’t cutting it as extra-curricular activities, so I decided I would volunteer for TEDxToronto doing PR for their upcoming October event. Yes, I realize that doing volunteer PR is pretty much the same as doing my day job, but TEDxToronto has allowed me to meet new people and be a part of something I’ve cared about for many years – spreading great ideas. Read more »August 6, 2014 in Our Ideas
“Don’t let the fear of mistakes get in the way of your leadership goals. Leadership is earned, leadership is even assumed – but leadership is never granted.”
John Clinton, CEO of Edelman Canada, teaches us that climbing the corporate ladder doesn’t come without a few bumps along the way. Read the full article on John’s leadership journey in The Globe and Mail’s Leadership Lab Series.
August 5, 2014 in External posts, Our Ideas
Digital Digest: What Edelman Canada is reading in digital marketing, technology and strategy. Fresh links served up Fridays. This week’s edition of Digital Digest was edited by Adam Weitner, Jill De Larzac, and Jeff Lang-Weir.
The emergence of digital channels has provided an opportunity for marketers to tell their stories in new and innovative ways, but the impact of those stories can be limited by the amount of hard work we’re willing to put in. Familiarity with established marketing channels, traditional metrics and relying on the faith that our audiences will produce enough decent content on their own are the kinds of attitudes that can lead to OK work. However, in today’s Digital Digest, we examine the ways that we can step up our game by continually challenging ourselves to look for the best, most innovative ways to reach our audiences. In short, the advantages we find when we remember to follow one simple rule: don’t be lazy.
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“CEOs talk to Bay Street. They don’t talk to the broader public about the issues the public cares about. What do they [the public] think about CEOs? They think CEOs make too much money. They think CEOs are spoiled and fly around on jets. They think CEOs are ruthless about treating employees. The way to deal with those issues is to be counter-factual — come out and actually talk about issues; see people and behave in a normal way and break the stereotypes.”
That’s what Richard Edelman told me back in February of 2014 when I had interviewed him about the Canadian results of the 2014 Trust Barometer. It was the second time in as many years that I had spoken with him about the poor state of business leaders’ reputations in the wake of the financial crisis and the Occupy Movement. As an editor at the Financial Post, I was exposed regularly to vitriolic tirades that painted all C-suite executives with the same vilified brush. Some leaders got their due; many more were simply guilty by association. But the bottom line was: trust was at an all-time low. Read more »July 31, 2014 in Our Ideas
Dan Ovsey joins firm’s Corporate practice
July 28, 2014, TORONTO – Dan Ovsey, former editor of FP Executive at the National Post, joins Edelman Toronto today as an account director in the Corporate practice. Ovsey brings more than 15 years of experience in media and communications to Edelman as a journalist, PR consultant and editor, and will play a key role in enhancing the firm’s Earned Media capabilities.
“Not only is Dan an expert writer and communicator, but he’s a highly respected journalist who is well suited to advance our Earned Media offering — a core focus for us,” said Scott Thomson, deputy general manager, Toronto, and national practice leader, Corporate. “Dan brings an incredible depth of experience to our clients in the Earned Media space, including media strategy, training, and bringing corporate and brand narratives to life through storytelling.” Read more »July 28, 2014 in Our Ideas
Digital Digest: What Edelman Canada is reading in digital marketing, technology and strategy. Fresh links served up Fridays. This week’s edition of Digital Digest was edited by Adam Weitner, Erin Collett, and Meghan Sharp.
We know that marketers are living in a time of declining attention spans so what’s a brand to do? This week, we take a look at how a few brands are elevating the conversation and connecting with consumers in ways that are intelligent, thoughtful and discerning.Digital Digest, Our Ideas
“Historically, communications was top-down; a very controlled CEO had key messages, and those messages were communicated downward. That’s no longer viable. Instead, credibility now happens as a result of a conversation that’s taking place from the bottom up. As a discipline, PR is very well positioned to help you do that.”
Lisa Kimmel, GM of Edelman Toronto, shares her viewpoint on the future of the PR industry, and how Edelman is leading the charge for change. Read the full article in Advantage Magazine.July 21, 2014 in External posts, Our Ideas
Digital Digest: What Edelman Canada is reading in digital marketing, technology and strategy. Fresh links served up Fridays. This week’s edition of Digital Digest was edited by Lauren Gross, Erin Collett, Jeff Lang-Weir and Erin Meagher.
When consumers see themselves as an extension, or part of, a brand, they quickly become ambassadors. Brands often try too hard to do this and it can come across as pushy and aggressive. This week’s Digital Digest takes a look at a few very different brands that successfully created a camaraderie with their target audience, and in turn, garnered support, loyalty and created a lot noise around the brand. Read more »July 18, 2014 in Digital Digest, Our Ideas