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RP Welcomes Kate Grodsky as Account Director

RP is thrilled to welcome Kate Grodsky to our team as an Account Director!

What We’re Reading – April 2022

From Netflix’s major loss of subscribers to Amazon’s racial audit to the shutdown of CNN+, here’s a look at the news that stood out to our team in April.

What We’re Reading – March 2022 

From the SEC’s climate disclosure rule to Arby’s diss track to Amazon’s new live radio app, here’s a look at the news that stood out to our team in March.

6 Tips for Managing Communications Around a Cyberattack

Report after report points to cybercrime as a leading threat that continues to grow. With no business or organization exempt from this looming challenge, how can organizations ensure they are prepared? Fran Fyten shares 6 best practices for communicating effectively during and after an inevitable attack.

RP Promotes Gene White to Senior Associate

Reputation Partners is pleased to announce the promotion of Gene White from associate to senior associate.

What We’re Reading – February 2022

From Spotify’s Joe Rogan crisis to The New York Time’s broken promises to engaging Super Bowl ads, here’s a look at the news that stood out to our team in February.

RP Welcomes Chelsea Maas as Office Manager

RP is pleased to welcome Chelsea Maas to our team as Office Manager.

What We’re Reading – January 2022

From another Peloton crisis to ExxonMobil’s climate strategy to engaging with others more intentionally, here’s a look at the news that stood out to our team in January.

Can Peloton Bounce Back From its Latest Crisis?

Peloton’s latest crisis seems to pose the greatest threat to its future. Michael Grimm’s recommendation for the company? Adapt or perish.

A Secondary Degree in Crisis Communications: University of Michigan’s Textbook Response

The University of Michigan announced the immediate termination of its president Mark Schlissel. On the heels of this news, our team of crisis experts took a moment to share commentary on the University’s communications approach, both internal and external, surrounding the announcement. Take a look!

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