In just few short months, COVID-19 brought the world to a standstill. For many companies, their reputation will depend on or be greatly affected by how they engaged with and communicated with customers, partners & employees during this crisis. Recently we’ve seen examples of various airlines, travel agencies, and insurance providers come under intense public criticism for their handling of the COVID-19 crisis.
This event will focus on best practice and lessons learned in effectively responding to unplanned events like COVID-19, so you and your company can be prepared for future crises. Hear how other companies successfully adapted & pivoted, growing their reputation in the process. Learn how other companies effectively responded and mitigated a reputational threat as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Our new Virtual Reputation Strategy Summit is a virtual spin-off from our in-person ‘Reputation Strategy Summit’ held earlier this year in New York just before the COVID-19 outbreak.
VIrtual Networking Opportunities
Past Reputation Strategy Speakers Included:
Founder & CEO
Director of Public Relations & Creative Marketing
Executive Director of Public Affairs
VP Corporate Communications
SVP, Global Marketing and Communications
Tori Oman Carter
Global Public Affairs
President & CEO
Corporate Press Manager
Founder & CEO
Editor in Chief
Social and Influencer Communications Lead, Global Markets
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2021 Featured Posts
In today’s connected world, news travels fast, especially if it is bad news. The smallest incident can snowball into a crisis and every organization. Fortune 500s to start-ups are all vulnerable. At some point, most organizations will face some sort of a public...
2020 Reputation Strategy Summit January 28-29, 2020 | New York, NY Join Pascale Communications this month for the industry’s only interactive and fun, ‘TED-style’ Reputation Strategy Summit. If you are a communications professional, C suite exec, or an entrepreneur...
"It takes many good deeds to build a reputation and only one bad one to lose it" --- Benjamin Franklin In an age when consumer trust is decreasing and the need for brand transparency is increasing, simply responding to public attacks in real-time is not good enough....