CommCore CEO Andrew Gilman was quoted in Digiday’s recent
article on the continuation of United Airlines’ PR crisis:
Yesterday, it embarked on a multimedia quest to convince people it is taking responsibility by changing its overbooking rules. Read more
CommCore CEO Andrew Gilman was recently quoted in PR Week’s article
“Why American Airlines’ stroller scuffle didn’t lead to United Airlines-level fallout”:
CommCore CEO and founder Andy Gilman told PRWeek the airline’s response showed care and concern for its passengers. Read more
CommCore SVP Nick Peters discusses how former Arconic CEO, Klaus Kleinfeld lost his job after sending one of his investors an ill-advised letter.
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Much has been written about the
importance of CEOs engagement with consumers in social media, especially via their Facebook accounts. Yet recent marketing research reveals though companies are increasingly communicating with consumers via social media, many CEOs are still resistant to engage personally:
A recent survey of CEOs by PR firm Weber Shandwick finds that the social media presence of corporate leaders is sporadic. Read more
Andy Gilman to speak at the 2017 Communications School for the National Association of Government Communicators in St. Louis.
June 13, 2017
1 – 5 p.m.
How to Contain Crises in Today’s Viral World
Andrew Gilman, CommCore Consulting Group
Private sector companies such as United Airlines, Volkswagen and Uber have all experienced reputation issues this year.
CommCore CEO Andrew Gilman was quoted in The Ladders article
“United debacle: When can employees speak up?” providing analysis on United Airline’s company culture.
Andrew Gilman, President and CEO of CommCore Consulting Group, told Ladders about the nature of the flight industry. Read more
CommCore’s CEO Andrew Gilman was recently quoted in the Washington Post’s article on a recent United Airlines mishap,
“United overbooked – by one scorpion”
Attention, United Airlines passengers: Don’t forget to lather up with “Off.”
A couple returning from vacation in Mexico apparently brought on an unexpected passenger: a scorpion. Read more
CommCore CEO Andrew Gilman was quoted on the recent United Airlines crisis in the Washington Post’s
article, “Why people will keep flying United even if they don’t want to”
And then there is the latest passenger scandal. Read more
CommCore CEO Andrew Gilman was quoted in Digiday’s
article, “‘Not something that can be spun’: United is a brand in crisis”
“The leggings incident was embarrassing and may have been exacerbated by internet trolls, but this is an unmitigated disaster,” said Andrew Gilman, chief executive of the crisis communications firm CommCore Consulting Group. Read more