Reputation Partners is pleased to announce the promotions of three of its team members from the Chicago office. Congratulations to Lisa, Chelsea and RJ!
Nick Kalm provides expert commentary on the recent Cambridge Analytica scandal for the Wall Street Journal’s Crisis of the Week column.
RP is thrilled to welcome Tara Kniep to the team as an account coordinator. Based in RP’s Milwaukee office, Tara supports daily account management for Reputation Partners’ clients, including research and plan execution, media relations, social media strategy and content, as well as award and speaking opportunity outreach.
There are more than 530 million users on LinkedIn. How can you standout from the crowd, drive engagement and position yourself as a thought leader? Here are four LinkedIn best practices that will help you on your thought leadership journey.
From graphic design to content to how to pull the entire report together, here are six tips on how to create an outstanding annual report for your company.
Reputation Partners is thrilled to welcome Anne Dugravot as controller and Brad Carlson as account director in our Chicago office! Anne is a native of eastern France with more than 20 years of experience in marketing and public relations, and Brad joins RP after more than a decade working in communications in the context of both corporate and consumer-focused work.
Over the past two decades, Corporate Social Responsibility has undoubtedly moved from being an overlooked function to becoming an integral component of today’s leading corporations. Is your business realizing the full potential of sustainability? If not, it’s time to take a fresh look and up your CSR game.
Reputation Partners is pleased to announce the promotion of Weston Banker from account coordinator to associate.
As RP continues to add top talent to our growing Chicago office, we are pleased to welcome Kerry Lange as a Senior Associate.
Should your company consider a brand refresh? Even well-known, global companies need to consider the possibility of refreshing, or completely changing, their brands once a year.