• Americans Believe Political Incivility Discourages People from Entering Public Service

    February 16, 2016 | Weber Shandwick

    Political incivility is taking a toll on American’s interest in running for office.

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  • Weber Shandwick’s Social Impact Team Introduces Second Innovation Trends Report on…

    February 08, 2016 | Weber Shandwick

    Weber Shandwick’s Social Impact practice continues its exploration of key macro trends that are shaping the future of social impact work with the introduction of its new Always-On Transparency report.

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  • Prime Named to Contagious Pioneers 2016, Honoring the Best and Bravest…

    February 03, 2016 | Weber Shandwick

    Prime, a Weber Shandwick company, was named to the inaugural list of Contagious Pioneers, “a ranking of the agencies around the globe that consistently set the standard for excellence and innovation in marketing.”

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  • Civility in America 2016: U.S. Facing a Civility Crisis Affecting Public…

    January 28, 2016 | Weber Shandwick

    The sixth installment of Civility in America from global communications and engagement firm Weber Shandwick, public affairs firm Powell Tate and KRC Research finds that civility continues to be a societal issue.

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