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Posts Tagged ‘John McCartney’

WISE PR Throws a Great Holiday Party

And we have photographic proof, too! Manhattan/San Francisco-based WISE Public Relations was kind enough to invite us to their staff Christmas party last week, and they had a very professional photographer on hand to document the festivities at PUBLIC in NoLita.

Here’s Founder/President Harrison Wise with the excellent account exec Amanda Scaccianoce and West Coast managing director/VP of media relations John McCartney, fresh off his move to sunny San Fran (and yes, we had the Moscow Mule).

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In Which We Consider Business Insider’s ‘Top 50 Tech PR Pros’ List

It’s safe to say that this week’s story about the Business Insider CTO with a penchant for offending everyone in sight on Twitter didn’t help raise the company’s public profile.

Yesterday, however, brought the publication of BI’s “50 best PR people in the tech industry” listicle, which is a different sort of animal altogether. Rather than mock the PR discipline at large, BI took the opportunity to credit to 50 people doing it the right way in the tech field.

Of course any such list is inherently arbitrary, and we’re not familiar with most of the names on this one, though we can personally vouch for Brian S. Gross, John McCartney of WISE PR and Krista Canfield of LinkedIn. That said, here’s what we like about the post: every member of this crowd of 50 is doing his or her part to promote not just a client brand but the PR practice in general—and we could always use a little more good press.

We reached out to some of our contacts for comment on the list and encountered a common theme.

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