Proprietary Partnership Program with American University Brings Diverse Gen Z Consumer Insights to Client and Agency Programming NEW YORK, Oct. 7, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- MWWPR, one of the world's largest independent public relations firms, has launched its second-year research and insights program with American University's School of Communication, to better enable its clients to reach the...

MWWPR Founder and CEO Recognized for Outstanding Contributions to Public Relations Industry NEW YORK, Oct. 6, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Michael Kempner, Founder and CEO of leading independent public relations agency MWWPR, has been named to PRWeek's 2020 Hall of Fame. The Hall of Fame was started in 2013 to recognize professionals in the communications industry...

Competitive Program Features Positions Across All Agency Disciplines for Students Pursuing Career in Integrated Strategic Communications NEW YORK, Sept. 30, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- MWWPR, one of the world's largest independent public relations agencies, announces its Remote Fall Internship Program with open positions in corporate reputation, technology, consumer marketing, digital and social media strategy, creative,...

If you’re in tech PR, it’s likely that you’ve been in a CES bubble for the last few months, planning for the world’s largest tech show. Amongst the innovation this year were super-sized TVs, voice assistant updates and a tribe of robots including pole-dancing bots, robodogs and AI. When demonstrating such...

Voice technology is fast becoming a part of our everyday lives. What was once only imaginable in movies like Her, Iron Man and Star Wars is fast becoming reality. In fact, according to Google, 20% of mobile searches on Android are done through voice and Comscore forecasts 50% of all...

It’s a common misconception that corporate, technically complex issues will only resonate with a B2B audience so a number of brands set themselves up to fail from the start. Of course, when it comes to an ultra-niche corporate tax issue or similar, targeting a mass consumer audience isn’t the right...