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FireBell How Does it Work? A unique Social Crisis Simulator application, In consultation with you, we concoct FireBell creates an authentic, real-time experience a potentially devastating crisis to your of being under attack on Twitter, Facebook, business, originating in the social space YouTube and other social media channels. Participating in a FireBell simulation provides social We build replicas of your social properties media crisis training experience for your team, in a so detailed you’ll think they’re real secure, off-the-Internet environment. We replicate, or create from scratch, the • Creates a live social media crisis dialogue with social properties where the scenario will play carefully chosen stakeholders out and the personalities who will threaten your reputation • Simulates the stress of a real life crisis situation – this is live! We build out a timeline for the crisis, planning new twists and challenges at • Utilizes realistic, working replicas of company every interaction and third- party social properties We bring this scenario to life in real-time, • Prepares teams to develop social media crisis putting you and your team through a plans through true experience trial-by-fire Why it Matters… The first 63% 120 minutes of a company’s market value of a crisis can determine the public’s is attributed to reputation perception of your organization 41% The Economist Intelligence Unit rates Reputation Risk as the highest risk of global executives regard factor to a business confidential or leaked information appearing online as a top risk to – greater than regulatory risk or crime their company’s reputationTo learn more or sign up for a FireBell crisis simulation, please contact:Chris Perry | Weber Shandwick North America | 212 445 8007 | email@example.comDavid Krejci | Weber Shandwick North America | 952 346 6158 | firstname.lastname@example.orgChristopher Chen | Weber Shandwick Singapore | +65 6825 8026 | email@example.comJye Smith | Weber Shandwick Australia | 61 2 9994 4466 | firstname.lastname@example.orgJames Warren | Weber Shandwick UK | +44 (0)20 7067 0503 | email@example.comKim Hoang | Weber Shandwick UK | +44 (0)20 7067 0719 | firstname.lastname@example.org