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Cannes Lions 2022: Day 2 Round-up

June 22, 2022
By Ellie Tuck

Welcome to your daily debrief from Cannes Lions 2022 Each day we’ll be sharing a round-up of the best content from the Cannes Lions festival Things you need to know from Day 2 of the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity 2022 Cannes Lions Day 2 awarded creativity within the Industry Craft, Digital Craft, Film […]

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Cannes Lions 2022: Day 1 Round-up

June 21, 2022
By Jaiye Elias and Ellie Tuck

Welcome to your daily debrief from Cannes Lions 2022 Each day we’ll be sharing a round-up of the best content from the Cannes Lions festival Things you need to know from Day 1 of the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity 2022 It’s back! One of the world’s biggest celebrations of creativity. And we kicked […]

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Memoirs of Money20/20 Europe: Fintech trends and topics to watch

June 16, 2022

Gemma Lingham, director and head of fintech UK  To anyone reading this that attended Money20/20 Europe, I’m sure you’ll agree, that it wasn’t short of magical. The buzz in the Rai, Amsterdam was palpable and you could sense the excitement from everyone in the fintech industry at being back together in full force. And for […]

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Shareholder Activism Webinar

May 3, 2022

When: Tuesday, May 17, 11 a.m. HKT/12 p.m. JP/KR Time

Where: Webinar

Shareholder activism is on the rise in the Asia-Pacific region. CEOs and executives must be prepared to communicate frequently and effectively with key stakeholders on managing activist shareholders.

During this webinar, FleishmanHillard in Hong Kong’s Patrick Yu, general manager, senior vice president and senior partner, will facilitate the conversation with FleishmanHillard in Korea’s Yvonne Park, president; VOX Global Japan’s Akihiro Nojiri, president; OPRG Singapore’s Swyn Evans, senior vice president; Georgeson’s Cas Sydorowitz, chief executive officer and S&P Global Market Intelligence’s Edward Soon, head of issuer solutions, Asia Pacific. Together, they will evaluate trends and best practices in shareholder activism, why transparent communication is essential for successful partnerships and more.

Register for the virtual event here.


Mobile World Congress 2022: Setting the Tone for the Year Ahead

March 18, 2022
By Melanie Dias and Sara Turner

Mobile World Congress (MWC) was back in 2022 with the latest smartphones, tablets, wearables, home internet solutions and more. While the organizers were highly mindful of world events – including serious concerns over new COVID-19 variants and Russia’s invasion of Ukraine – they did celebrate “a vibrant and dynamic edition” of the annual congress.

The overarching theme of “Connectivity Unleashed” showcased the power of mobile technology in our everyday lives and explored the ground-breaking technologies that will shape industry and society.

Five key trends from Mobile World Congress for the year ahead include:

  • 5G: Conversation revolved around the profound effect 5G will have on everything that surrounds us in this new era of connectivity. There were several announcements around the opportunities that private 5G networks will provide to speed digital change across the public and private sectors and power the Internet of Things. The expansion of 5G technology was covered in the likes of CRN, TechRepublic and ZDNet. While the 5G race is nothing new, it’s clear the share of voice competition is heating up and will continue throughout 2022.
  • Open Radio Access Network (Open RAN): As anticipated, Open RAN – the term for industry-wide interface standards that allow RAN equipment and software from different vendors to communicate – was a focus of much discussion around the solutions that are available now and tomorrow to support 5G deployment and the future of 6G. There were nearly four dozen demos of Open RAN implementations at MWC 2022, roughly half of them live on-site. Open RAN was covered by publications including Silicon Republic, TechRadar Pro and Light Reading. This is a natural build on the 5G story, so we anticipate coverage to continue this year.
  • Metaverse: Predictably, the metaverse was another recurring theme referenced by a large percentage of companies at MWC 2022. Concepts around the metaverse were presented, while discussion focused on what it means, its impact on user experience and services and how it will present new challenges for operators in terms of how they fit into the value chain. Extended reality headsets and the underlying enabling technology also made a splash at MWC 2022, as companies continue to invest in metaverse-ready tech. Coverage on the meaning of the metaverse for the mobile industry was included in CNBC, Data Center Dynamics and Fierce Wireless. This conversation is just beginning – we anticipate spanning industries, sectors and geographies as real research, development and deployment heats up in 2022 and beyond.
  • Customer experience: Numerous panel and keynote sessions emphasized the importance of providing customers and partners with real-time data perspectives and support. Matt McRoberts, SVP of global alliances at Braze, spoke on the importance of having a customer-centric approach while adopting automated tools. Many speakers specifically underlined the importance of using technology for humanitarian efforts, considering the current invasion of Ukraine. MWC 2022 coverage in this context was included in Mobile World Live, CNBC and Forbes. This is another theme that transcends technology, as topics like CSR and ESG are becoming increasingly important at all levels of business and customer interactions.   
  • Artificial Intelligence (AI): Several keynotes and sessions highlighted how AI requires more transparency and reliability as it continues to play a key role in how companies adopt new technology and integrate it across platforms. Ricardo Baeza, director of research at the Institute of Experiential AI at Northeastern University, warned that AI developers must avoid biases that could arise when designing algorithms. Other topics ranged from how AI would help tackle climate change to how it would shape the future of work. AI coverage from MWC 2022 included TelecomTV, Data Center Dynamics and Mobile News. While AI is not a new topic, how we deploy it is. We’ll definitely be watching this space in 2022.

According to the organizers, there were more than 1,900 exhibitors, sponsors and partners, and more than 1,000 speakers – 97% in-person and 36% women. There were also more than 1,600 international journalists. While many reporters were eager to be back in-person for MWC 2022, in-person media attendance was not as high as it has been in previous years. Policymakers, industry leaders and the international community united in the belief that greater partnership and collaboration are vital to make digital inclusion a reality. Social chatter was generally positive and highlighted the experience of attending the conference in-person versus virtually, as well as the technology and discussions that took center stage at the event.

However, the Russian invasion of Ukraine was also a painful reminder of how critical technology companies are in times of conflict, from facilitating communication with loved ones to addressing humanitarian needs. In the words of Vodafone’s CEO, Nick Reed, said, “With the backdrop of the Ukraine war, it’s a conference like this that reminds me of the importance of global sectors and communities like ours working together to advance society”.


Faces of FH: Raising the Bar – PR Agency Work in the Lifestyle and Sports Industries

February 11, 2022

When: February 23, 2022, 5 p.m. CST

Where: Webinar

Register for the virtual event by emailing [email protected].

Join several of our agency leading professionals on February 23 as they discuss the intersection between public relations and lifestyle and sports brands.

During the event, Adrianne Smith, chief diversity and inclusion officer, will kick off the webinar with an overview of the agency and our 2022 DE&I plans. Aubrei Hayes, senior specialist, Talent Development, will facilitate the conversation with Kathryn Chappell, senior vice president and partner; Courtney Quaye, senior vice president and partner; Pritni Sandhu, vice president and Morgan Thompson, account executive. Together, they will discuss their career journeys in lifestyle and sports PR, how creativity plays an important role in the work they produce for clients and more.

Megan Battelle, senior manager, Talent Development, will also share information on the agency’s recruiting process and current opportunities available.

Participants will have the opportunity to ask questions during the event.

Register for this webinar by contacting [email protected].


AMEC Measurement Month 2021 Webinar — How to Effectively Demonstrate the Value of PR Measurement

November 17, 2021

When: Friday, November 19, 12 p.m. WAT/5 a.m. CST

Where: Webinar

Register here for this AMEC Measurement Month webinar, presented by P+ Measurement Services.

During this virtual session, FleishmanHillard UK’s Ben Levine, director and partner, TRUE Global Intelligence, will join other industry panelists to discuss the value of public relations measurement. Together, they will answer questions on how public relations professionals can effectively utilize research tools to inform communications strategies and initiatives.

The International Association for Measurement and Evaluation of Communication (AMEC) is the world’s largest media intelligence and insights professional body, representing organizations and practitioners who provide media evaluation and communication research.

Register for the webinar here.


Communications Week Webinar: Bridging the Hybrid Divide Through Video

November 15, 2021

When: Tuesday, November 16, 3 p.m. EST/2 p.m. CST

Where: Webinar

Organizations are facing new communication challenges due to remote and hybrid work environments as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Companies and leaders are now tasked with strengthening workplace culture virtually and using new technology to engage employees.

During this Communications Week webinar, Natasha Kennedy, FleishmanHillard’s global managing director, TRUE Global Intelligence, and Stacy Adams, head of marketing at Vyond, will share new research insights that uncover the behaviors, attitudes and challenges associated with a hybrid work model, and how it relates to employee communication preferences. Together, they will also discuss how video can help organizations bridge the remote and hybrid workplace divide.

Communications Week strives to highlight the important role of communicators in developing transformational solutions through educational and inspirational virtual sessions.

Register for the webinar here.


Join FleishmanHillard TRUE Global Intelligence at PRWeek’s Measurement Conference

November 10, 2021

Join partner and director of FleishmanHillard TRUE Global Intelligence, Ben Levine on Monday 15th November at 2pm (GMT) for an AMEC Measurement Bootcamp at the PRWeek UK Measurement Conference. Part of AMEC‘s Measurement Month, this Bootcamp is an interactive workshop that takes delegates through the key steps to optimise their organisation’s public relations measurement and evaluation programs. It […]

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Faces of FH: All About PR Agency Life at FleishmanHillard

November 4, 2021

When: November 17, 2021, 5 p.m. CST 

Where: Webinar

Register for the virtual event here

Join several of our agency leaders on November 17 as they uncover what it’s like to work at a global public relations firm.

During this event, Aubrei Hayes, senior talent and inclusion specialist, will facilitate the conversation with Francesca Weems, vice president and DE&I director; Traci McMurray, vice president, Talent Development; BD Oladele, associate creative director and Selina Pichardo, assistant account executive, on their career experiences and journey at the agency, how diversity and inclusion play a role in the work they deliver, current employment opportunities and more. 

Additionally, J.J. Carter, global COO and president, Americas, and Adrianne C. Smith, chief diversity and inclusion officer, will share an overview of the agency’s practices and expertise.  

Participants will have the chance to ask questions during the event. 

Register for this webinar event here.