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Dale Weiss Quoted in Wall Street Journal on Google Advertising Crisis

Dale Weiss CommCoreIn the April 4, 2017 edition of the Wall Street Journal, Dale Weiss was quoted as an expert providing analysis on how Google is confronting its ongoing advertising crisis.

“I try and imagine the conference call between any advertisers’ digital agency and Google as they discuss how a company ad played at the beginning of a blatantly racist YouTube video. Read more

CEO Andrew Gilman Quoted in New York Times Article on Shopping in a Political Age

NordstromCommCore CEO Andrew Gilman quoted in the NYT article, “Shopping becomes a Political Act in the Trump Era”

“The sharp reaction before and after Nordstrom’s decision — made quietly, with no announcement — highlights the tightrope companies must walk in this hyper-politicized environment. Read more

Meet our Spring Semester Interns!


We welcome Melissa Gustafson and Max Nelson to our team from George Washington University! Read our interview below to learn more about them.

Three words you would use to describe yourself…

Melissa: Fun-loving, determined and mildly humorous (usually at my own expense)

Max: Articulate, passionate and playful

What are  you most passionate or inspired by…

Melissa: I’m most passionate about the people around me. Read more

CEO Andrew Gilman in New York Times Article, “Trump Tweet About L. L. Bean Underscores Potential Danger for Brands”

CommCore CEO Andrew Gilman is quoted in yesterday’s New York Times article, “Trump Tweet About L.L. Bean Underscores Potential Danger for Brands“;

Advertisers now must check each day whether they are in Mr. Read more

Washington Business Journal Names CommCore Consulting Top Public Relations Firm in 2017 “Book of Lists”

Contact: Stephanie Pischke


Washington D.C., January 11, 2017 — Washington Business Journal’s “Book of Lists 2017” has once again named CommCore Consulting Group as one of the Top Public Relations Agencies in the Washington, DC metro area. Read more