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CommCore’s Survey Results on Crisis in 2016 as Quoted in Quality Assurance Magazine

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“A recent survey conducted by CommCore showed that many industries will continue to be under fire in 2016 and beyond. The survey was titled: “From Tylenol to the Latest Cyber Attacks, 30 Years of Media and Crisis Coaching.” The questions focused on how media and crisis communication prep has changed over time, what have been the biggest influencers of that change, and where we see the future shaping up.”

The entire article can be found in QA magazine. Read more

Survey Says: Social Media, Cyber Fears Dominate PR Media Training and Crisis Communication Trends

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

CONTACT: Abby Winn
CommCore Consulting Group
awinn@commcoreconsulting.com
202-659-4177

 

Survey Says: Social Media, Cyber Fears Dominate PR Media Training and Crisis Communications Trends

 

WASHINGTON, D.C.– Oct. 21, 2015 — A survey of Public Relations professionals by specialty communications firm CommCore confirms that Social Media is the prime driver of change in Media Training best practices, and that cyber-attacks and hacking are the greatest concerns of crisis communications managers. Read more

CommCore CEO in O’Dwyer’s: Woulda, Coulda, Shoulda: PR Lessons from Kevin McCarthy Debacle

CommCore CEO Andy Gilman discusses PR Lessons from Kevin McCarthy Debacle in O’Dwyer’s October 8, 2015 edition.

He discusses the three lessons for PR pros who counsel clients on how to present themselves to the media:

  • Think before you speak
  • Work with your team on the best way to frame your message
  • Get (and protect) a seat at the table

Read more in O’Dwyer’s October 8, 2015 edition. Read more

Press Release: CommCore Turns 30

FOR RELEASE ON OCTOBER 12, 2015

CONTACT: Abby Winn
CommCore Consulting Group
awinn@commcoreconsulting.com
202-659-4177

COMMCORE TURNS 30

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Oct. 12, 2015 —Specialty communications firm CommCore marked its 30th anniversary at Washington’s Mayflower Hotel with a nod to the keys to its success – founder and CEO Andrew Gilman credited the firm’s longevity to its adaptability, attention to client needs and service, and its people. Read more