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A blog post of Center on Reputation site blogger, John Onoda, was recently posted on the Latin American business website, América Economía. John's blog, which addressed how an organization can manage its reputation in today's "instant news" obsessed world, hit home not only with regular Agora Blog readers, but also those in the Spanish-speaking business world. You can see John's article in América Economía here.​

On Friday, June 27 FleishmanHillard Brussels hosted a breakfast roundtable discussion focused on Consumers’ Expectations and the Future of the European Food Industry. The event was well attended as representatives from the entire food chain were present including, farmers, processors and manufacturers, retail stores and chain restaurants.



FleishmanHillard hosted webinars on June 25-26 to reveal the 2014 report insights and inform attendees about how authentic companies behave by exploring the gap between today’s audiences’ expectations and the experiences companies deliver. Click here for the replay.



On Wednesday, May 21 Global Leader of FleishmanHillard’s Reputation Management Practice, Marjorie Benzkofer, along with FleishmanHillard’s Global Leader of the Energy sector, Richard Mullinax and U.S. Director of Corporate & Business Communications for Enbridge, Terri Larson, hosted a session at the Conference Board’s “Corporate Brand and Reputation Conference.” Their session focused on how to design a brand that is more authentic to better engage all stakeholders. To request a copy of the presentation, click here.



On Feb. 20 FleishmanHillard CEO Dave Senay presented at The Thread Summit in Denver, Colo. Senay’s presentation, “Authenticity: The Thread That Binds Brand and Reputation,” made a parallel between the legend of “The Red Thread” and FH’s Authenticity Gap research. As “The Red Thread” connects us to one another through time and across borders, FH’s Authenticity Gap insights help organizations connect to their audiences by bridging the gap between brand and reputation to create Authentic Engagement. To request a copy of the presentation, click here.​​

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