CommCore Blog and News

CEO Andrew Gilman Quoted In the Washington Post’s Article, “United overbooked – by one scorpion”

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”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 Quoted In the Washington Post’s Article, “Why people will keep flying United even if they don’t want to”

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

Andrew Gilman Quoted in Digiday’s Article, “‘Not something that can be spun’: United is a brand in crisis”

CommCore CEO Andrew Gilman was quoted in Digiday’s article, “‘Not something that can be spun’: United is a brand in crisis”

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“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

3P’s of Public Presentation

Written by: Melissa Gustafson, Spring Intern

Organizational leaders – especially CEOs – are what we at CommCore call “Communicators-in-Chief.”  Every nuance of how they come across in speeches, briefings, interviews, and meetings conveys their brand message.  Read more

CEO Andrew Gilman Quoted in The New York Times Article, “United Airlines Passenger Is Dragged From an Overbooked Flight”

CEO Andrew Gilman was quoted in The New York Times article, “United Airlines Passenger Is Dragged From an Overbooked Flight”;

Andrew D. Gilman, the chief executive of CommCore Consulting Group, a crisis communications firm, said the situation would probably make people reconsider whether they wanted to fly United. Read more

Are You Prepared For a Cyber Security Crisis?

90+% of corporate executives report they aren’t prepared to handle a major cyber attack, according to a leading I.T. security firm.

Whether you’re a small business concerned about a possible cyber security crisis or a large business continuing to update cyber-communications crisis policies, here are three useful suggestions to start implementing now:

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Addressing Employee Concerns, Such As the “Robot Revolution”

By: Max Nelson

A recent highly-publicized study by economists from MIT and Boston University concluded that automation is primarily responsible for American job loss. They claim that over the last 20 years, modern industrialization techniques rather than trade have been the main factor in the erosion of manufacturing jobs. Read more

Handling a Cybersecurity Crisis

Data breaches are a matter of “when,” not “if” they will happen. Recently Saks Fifth Avenue was breached and customers’ personal information was exposed on its website. Other well-known companies like McDonald’s and Forbes, and numerous public figures have been recent victims of Twitter hacks. Read more