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Spin the Agencies of Record

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Culture: How Smaller Agencies Keep Up With the Joneses

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Can your agency say this?  Few even try, so it seems.

It is no secret that the industry of public relations is run by the “biggies” (e.g., Burson-Marsteller, Edelman, Ketchum, Weber Shandwick, FleishmanHillard, GolinHarris). Because of their global reach and U.S. presence, many prospective clients see them as the benchmark of service, ability, and results. As a former “Burson person” and a “Big PR” alum, I can attest to the fact that they all earn it.

It was at a biggie where I cut my teeth, spread my wings, and cracked my shell into smithereens. That said, to compete with said biggies in their trek for global PR domination, the “boutiques” have looked into other areas to draw the attention of top prospects: availability, flexibility, tangibility. It was at the “not-so-biggies” where I learned everything else.

So, what’s the rub? The silver bullet these smaller, scalable agencies are using to compete is culture. 

Is that all it takes?

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Spin the Agencies of Record

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Fifteen Minutes PR will be the agency of record for Project Shoe, a service that allows customers to quite literally design their own footwear (which will be delivered to their doors in 2-4 weeks).

We hope they do slip-ons.

The firm will also represent Nicole Curtis, star of the DIY Network/HGTV show “Rehab Addict”. The show focuses on Curtis’ efforts to renovate condemned houses–a process that will almost certainly ruin more than a few pairs of shoes…

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Roll Call: ‘Harper’s', Edelman, Porter Novelli, and More

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A congratulations to one of our own: PRNewser contributor Jason Chupick has been named VP of PR for Harper’s Magazine. In this role, he’ll be heading up traditional consumer and trade PR and work closely with web editor Jeremy Keehn on community development and management. Chupick reports to John R. MacArthur, the magazine’s publisher and president. Great news!

Karen van Bergen has joined Porter Novelli as senior partner and MD of the New York office, effective January 1. She previously served as the leader of OneVoice, an Omnicom offering from Fleishman-Hillard and Ketchum. To assume this role, van Bergen will be relocating from Amsterdam. She is replacing assistant MD Joe Russo who has been filling the role on an interim basis.

Michael Bush has left MSLGroup for Edelman. He joined MSLGroup in February, serving as VP and comms director for the firm. Prior to that he was a reporter for Ad Age and PRWeek. At Edelman, he’s VP of media relations.

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Spin the Agencies of Record

Domino’s Pizza has chosen RL Public Relations as its first Hispanic AOR. The firm will provide media and community relations, help with product launches and marketing, and digital services. [via PRWeek]

Jackson Spalding has added five new clients including SCANA Energy, a Georgia natural gas marketer; Oliver McMillan, a San Diego-based urban redevelopment organization that has a new Atlanta property; and Chicago-based Brit Insurance Services, which hired the firm for crisis work.

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