Weber Shandwick

Weber Shandwick is a leading global communications and engagement firm in 75 cities across 34 countries and operations extending to 123 cities in 81 countries. The firm’s diverse team of strategists, analysts, producers, designers, developers and campaign activators has won the most prestigious awards in the world for innovative, creative approaches and impactful work, including being honored as an Ad Age A-List Agency in 2014 and 2015, PRWeek’s 2015 Global Agency of the Year and The Holmes Report’s 2014 Global Agency of the Year. Weber Shandwick and its Prime unit have won a combined 25 Cannes Lions since 2009. Weber Shandwick was also named a Best Place to Work by Ad Age in 2014 and PRWeek in 2013 and 2014. The firm deploys deep expertise across sectors and specialty areas, including consumer marketing, corporate reputation, healthcare, technology, public affairs, financial services, corporate social responsibility, financial communications and crisis management, using proprietary social, digital and analytics methodologies.
Parent Company
Interpublic Group
New York, US
Weber Shandwick is headquartered in New York, US

Key People at Weber Shandwick

Andy Polansky

Andy Polansky

Lee Noonan

Lee Noonan

Frank Okunak

Frank Okunak

Jack Leslie

Jack Leslie

Cathy Calhoun

Cathy Calhoun

Abby Gold

Abby Gold


Weber Shandwick Office Locations

Weber Shandwick has offices in New York, Montreal, The Hague, Minneapolis and in 47 other locations
New York, US (HQ)
909 3rd Ave
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Weber Shandwick News and Updates

Has the National Living Wage opened a Pandora’s box of state wage setting?

Ben Southwood, head of research at the Adam Smith Institute, says Yes. When the government announced the National Living Wage (NLW), one risk was that a faster schedule of hikes in the wage floor would lower employment. The Office for Budget Responsibility said it expected employment to be 60,000…

Facebook, Mozilla, Craig Newmark, others launch $14 million fund to support news integrity

Facebook, Mozilla, the City University of New York, and other tech industry leaders and nonprofits have joined together to launch a $14 million fund dedicated to advancing news literacy. The money will be invested in the News Integrity Initiative with the goal of increasing trust in journalism world…

Egypt's Feared Spy Agency Has Hired Some DC Lobbyists To Clean Up Its Image

The infamous mukhabarat is paying hundreds of thousands of dollars to PR shop Weber Shandwick and lobbying firm Cassidy and Associates, Treasury documents show. View Entire Post ›

Should the UK unilaterally guarantee the rights of EU nationals in Britain?

Jon McLeod, chairman of UK corporate, financial and public affairs at Weber Shandwick, says Yes. We have already heard the moral case for guaranteeing the rights of EU citizens in the UK. While it is important, the main reason to take the step endorsed by the House of Lords is naked self-interest…

CEOs Face Off Against Trump (or Not)

There are risks and rewards to speaking out.
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