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B-M Launches Global Energy Practice

Burson-Marsteller has launched a global energy practice, pulling from the expertise of 100 of the firm’s international consultants.

Using oil issues in the Gulf of Mexico and the nuclear energy issues in Japan as examples, worldwide CEO Mark Penn said in a statement, “With energy demand anticipated to rise 40% in the coming decades and energy challenges becoming more extreme, strategic communications will be even more vital to success.”

The practice will be led out of B-M’s Beijing office. Leadership for the practice will include Bob Pickard in Asia Pacific, Mike Lake in North America, Ramiro Prudencio in Latin America, Bill Royce in Europe, and Stephen Worsley in the Middle East.

B-M launched a new tech practice, North of Nine, a couple of weeks ago.

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Roll Call: Glover Park, PAN Communications, B-M, and More

The Glover Park Group has hired Dagney Scott as MD in the advertising, reputation management, and marketing division. Previously Scott was director of cultural and strategic insights for the advertising firm Crispin Porter Bogusky (CP+B) working with clients including Microsoft, Domino’s Pizza, and American Express. Glover Park has had a string of recent new hires including Catharine Cyr Ransom, John Myers, and Lisa Wolford.

Lauren Iacono has joined PAN Communications as director of digital strategy responsible for digital strategy and services across the firm. She was previously associate VP of digital comms and media services at Rasky Baerlein Strategic Communications. She was also an Emmy-winning producer for ESPN.

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