CommCore CEO Andrew Gilman is quoted in yesterday’s New York Times article, “Trump Tweet About L.L. Bean Underscores Potential Danger for Brands“;
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Fake news, a recent buzzword swarming the internet, has had an effect on many current events but how is it affecting the social media organizations themselves? CommCore SVP Nick Peters reveals this in our newest What Were They Thinking. Read more
Andy Gilman, CommCore CEO, will speak at two events in December on crisis communications. Andy will participant on panel discussion for Nossaman Law’s Cybersecurity Symposium in LA on December 1st.
December 9th Gilman will discuss crisis communications at the Biotech Investor Relations – Strategy and Tactics for Success in a New Era conference in Cambridge, MA. Read more
Did you or your key competitor just suffer from a data breach or get hacked? Is there a potential corporate issue brewing internally that might leak? Read more
CommCore SVP Nick Peters discusses how Paris’ crisis strategy is paying off in the midst of the flooding taking over the city.
- Breaches rose from 783 to 3,930
- Records exposed jumped from 85 million to 736 million
- Estimated financial losses from compromised records leaped from $400 million to $14.9 billion
Michigan Governor Rick Snyder’s public apology for the water crisis in Flint brings to light several crisis issues – many centered on communications problems:
- Was this a preventable crisis?
- Why didn’t Gov.
“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.”
Nick Peters stated: Perception is reality when a consumer-facing company encounters a crisis, says CommCore Consulting Group Senior Vice President Nick Peters. Most customers don’t care about Chipotle’s side of the story, he says. Read more
By: Noura Azeem, Fall 2015 Intern