CommCore is pleased to announce that we’ve been included in the prestigious New York Observer’s 2017 PR Power 50.
The New York Observer recognized the relevance of CommCore as a crisis-communications focused firm “in a year that feels like one big crisis.” The list recognized our New York Times profile and the PressureTest™ doomsday-scenario training we ran for reporters there.
“No matter what disaster he’s helping them navigate, founder Andrew Gilman has been there, done that,” says the Observer. “This is the guy who helped birth modern crisis management by shepherding Tylenol through its 1982 tampering maelstrom.”
As a Crisis Communications consulting firm, we counsel on proactive media interviews as well as sensitive issues in responding to a crisis. Our PressureTest™ combines instruction on the basics with on-camera exercises, media training videos, advanced instruction and critique. Whether you’re in the middle of a crisis, see trouble coming, or want to be prepared, CommCore enables your team to understand the process better, so you can respond more quickly.
Learn More About Our Crisis Communications Services
- NYT Reporters Get Pressure Tested
- Crisis Communications Case Study: CommCore Advises J&J During Tylenol Tampering Crisis
- Industry Focus: CommCore’s Expertise in Your Vertical
To schedule a PressureTest Training Demo please contact our firm today.
Check out the profile the New York Times wrote on CommCore’s crisis simulation.