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Yes& News Creative B2G

Yes& Helps Akima Win Prestigious Hermes Creative Award

Yes&’s creative work for Akima was recently honored with a Platinum Award for the 14th Annual Hermes Creative Awards.

Kay Logan

Yes& News Yes& General

Employees Embrace Activism Hours for Greater Good

Lisa Daniel

Yes& News B2G

AFCEA DC Rocks STEM Scholarships with Virtual Events

COVID-19 significantly disrupted the operations of organizations across the globe, and one industry hit extremely hard was the association community.

E.V. Dundon

Yes& News Marketing & PR

Yes& Promotes Two Senior-Level Agency Leaders to Vice President

In June Yes& promoted two veteran marketing communications professionals: A.J. Guenther, to Vice President of Public Relations; and Mark Pedersen, to Vice President of Marketing Strategy.

Jason Werden

Yes& News Marketing & PR

Lessons Learned from a Virtual Presser

Yes& was called upon to deliver this year’s 16th annual Chesapeake Bay Report Card during the COVID-19 pandemic. But the question was—how to generate media interest without a live media event?

Mike Smith

Yes& News Government

How the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration Drove its Message Home

The onset of the coronavirus pandemic in March 2020 has kept people at home and off the roads. 

Jacqui Balogh

Digital Yes& General

3rd Party Cookies Are Going Away. Here are 4 Things You Need to Know

As you’ve likely heard, in January 2020, Google announced that they would be getting rid of the 3rd party cookie.  So what does this mean for marketers? Actually, what does this mean for everyone? 

Mark Pedersen

Yes& News Yes& General

What is Your COVID-19 Brand Story?

The question might be gauche, were it not for the fact that all of us have a coronavirus story, just as those who remember 9/11, Pearl Harbor, and the Great Depression have stories about living through those historical events. Our audiences gain insights, and form opinions, by what we choose to show and tell. Years from now, our collective stories will likely include stay-at-home orders, face masks, and toilet paper shortages, and perhaps the background noise of partisan divisiveness and the angst of economic recession. Individually, we’ll expose how these times shaped us, challenged us to do things differently, and hopefully compelled us to do better. 

Lisa Daniel

Marketing & PR Government

Is Now the Time for Government to Advertise?

Many government agencies have suspended their outreach efforts during this time of pandemic. The National Safety Council postponed the observance of Distracted Driver Awareness Month; the SEC postponed its  National Compliance Outreach Seminar for Investment Companies and Investment Advisors; the Federal Reserve, the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation jointly decided to cancel the 2020 National Inter-agency Community Reinvestment Conference (NICRC); and even the U.S. Census has had to push back by several weeks its on-the-ground outreach and canvassing work.

Edith Bullard

Creative Virtual Events

Virtual Events: What You Need to Know

COVID-19 has easily disrupted everything in your life, but it doesn’t need to mean cancelling your large event, conference or summit. With the right strategy, tools, and creative team behind you, you can carry on virtually with just as much success. 

Sarah Luzietti

Creative Yes& General

Five Tips to Amp Up Your Content Visibility

In a time when we spend more and more of our professional and personal lives online, it’s mission-critical that the valuable information your organization creates is not only findable, but also highly compelling and easily shareable.

Layla Masri

Yes& News CX

Five Ways that Range Can Be Your Secret to Success Following COVID-19

In his recent book, Range: Why Generalists Triumph in a Specialized World, David Epstein makes the argument that combining knowledge and experience from multiple fields is the optimal path to success. He relies heavily on the worlds of sports, science, corporate culture, and higher education to make his compelling point.

Andrew Teie

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