Technology has made the world feel small, but the importance of local media hasn’t changed. To get a fresh perspective on working with our own local media contacts, members of Kaplow attended PRSA’s “Meet the Media” New York City panel.
Kaplow’s Branded Journalism program with Skype was named one of the top 50 global PR campaigns of 2013 by The Holmes Report! Speaking about the Global SABRE Awards, Paul Holmes, editor and publisher of The Holmes Report says, “There’s no other
As part of August’s “Doing Well to Feel Well” theme, Kaplow encouraged employees to volunteer at a philanthropic organization of their choice. After doing some research, we stumbled upon “Girl Talk,” a young women’s leadership program at The Police Athletic
Pete Cashmore, the founder and CEO of Mashable, and Stacy Martinet, CMO of the award-winning website, recently paid a visit to Kaplow as part of our Speakers Bureau. Together, they shared their insights into what is fueling Mashable’s rapid-fire growth.
New York Women in Communications hosts an amazing monthly Cocktails & Conversations series that brings together inspiring women in leadership positions to talk about hot industry topics. The latest event titled, “Content: Who’s in Charge Now?,” addressed content today and how the
Growing up, I thought that Lucy from Charlie Brown was an inspiring leader. She spoke with such certainty and confidence. When she boomed, “Snow grows up from the ground like grass, Charlie Brown!!!!” she owned it. She clearly got the
What does power mean in New York’s public-relations industry right now? Each year, NY Observer asks itself that question to build their inaugural Power 50 List. Kaplow is thrilled to have made the list at #13. Writer Michael Kaminer notes,
You are not on the debate team anymore. You are running a relay race. Those on their high school debate team know that winning the point is everything. You wear your opponent down with steadfast logic and sheer grit. You