Washington, DC public affairs firm Seven Letter acquired Tessio Labs, which will be used to form the nucleus of a new full-service digital communications group under the banner of Seven Letter Labs. Tessio Labs founders John Corrigan and Michael Treon will lead Seven Letter Labs. “Whether building communities, activating audiences, engaging the public or influencing policy outcomes, digital strategy
Veteran financial communications pro Elliot Sloane will become Senior Advisor at RooneyPartners, leading a new practice area focused on transaction services, shareholder engagement and activism, and crisis communications. Sloane built his own firm, Sloane & Company, which he sold to MDC Partners in 2010. He subsequently went on to work for FTI‘s Strategic Communications group.
The Brewery, a network of companies tied to UK-based freuds, will take a minority stake in Clarity, a US-based communications agency. In addition to an undisclosed financial investment, Clarity will get the Los Angeles office of Brew PR. All of the agencies will remain independent and Brew PR will retain its New York and London
“Richmond & Towers, the UK’s longest established public relations consultancy, is now 100% owned by its employees following its sale to a newly created employee ownership trust … All R&T employees are now beneficiaries of the Suzanne Richmond & Marjorie Towers Employee Ownership Trust, named in honour of the business’s 1930 founders … Following the
“Rogers & Cowan and PMK*BNC, today announced the elevation of Craig Greiwe to Chief Strategy & Transformation Officer (CSTO), Rogers & Cowan/PMK. In the role, Greiwe will oversee three distinct practice groups for the agency, which include Research & Insights, and Strategy & Transformation. Greiwe will also manage Greenhouse, R&C/PMK’s in-house collaborative incubator of practice groups – including
“Weber Shandwick announced today the promotion of two employees to leadership roles at two of its major U.S. offices. Michael Wehman, executive vice president, New York Consumer Marketing practice lead, will become general manager of Weber Shandwick New York, and Stacey Bernstein, executive vice president and recently global director of Digital Health, will serve as