The E.W. Scripps Company and Vehr Communications have partnered to give one lucky intern a truly unique summer experience with the Cincinnati Strategic Communications Leadership Program. Today, we introduce you to the newest member of our team: Haley Fite.
We’ve started to notice how, no matter what happens during the course of their project, the families seem to walk away satisfied, proud and happy about their investment, which, when it comes down to it, is exactly how we want our clients to feel after they meet with our team.
We’ve sucked in our breath more than a few times since the ball dropped on 2016, and with that in mind we’ve rounded up our agency’s best tips for a better end to 2017. Read them, learn them, hope you never need them, but please – keep them top of mind. May the Fourth be with you.
A quick look at Pepsi’s demographics in this recent Fortune article shows that both Pepsi and Coke are having trouble reaching millennials. Pepsi much more so than Coke. So Pepsi needs those consumers so it can stay viable and relevant. That need drove some big assumptions and what was clearly a fatal leap in logic.
The E.W. Scripps Company and Vehr Communications are partnering to create the Cincinnati Strategic Communications Leadership Program, a paid eight- to 12-week summer internship intended to promote diversity and inclusion in strategic communications.
Open office environment: Love it or hate it?
Jason Cowdrey has been named creative director of the Vehr Communications’ design studio.
Laura Phillips has been named president of Vehr Communications.
Molly has compiled the best of the best for these cold winter months.
Much like hippies were to the generation before them, millennials are this mystery we’re all trying to figure out.