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Corp Comm for BSU

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    Corp Comm for BSU Corp Comm for BSU Presentation Transcript

    • Starcom MediaVest Group Corporate Communications
    • Agenda
      • What is Starcom MediaVest Group?
      • What is corporate communications?
      • Work examples
    • What is Starcom MediaVest Group?
      • We help marketers get the
      • right consumers’ attention…
      • at the right time ,
      • in the right place ,
      • with the right message .
      • 5,800 employees worldwide
      • 110 offices
      • #1 in worldwide billings (RECMA)
      Diversified Services
    • Decades of Partnership 1949 1964 1957 1967 1988 2001 1954 2007 1952 1988 1991 1994 2006 1998 2007 Latest Additions
    • What is corporate communications?
      • 14 Team members
      • 4 in New York
      • 10 in Chicago
      I am behind the camera
    • Evolution of Communications
      • We are a small PR/communications agency with one client,
      • that happens to be an agency too.
      • We touch everything that reflects the many voices of
      • Starcom MediaVest Group.
      • Product Award Submissions , People Award Submissions, Corporate Award Submissions , Q&A, Press Tracking, Case Study Videos , Power Point Decks, Global Newsletter , Bios, Website Updating , Releases, Memos, Brochures , Pitches, Media Queries, Intranet Maintenance , Photo Shoots, Video Shoots , Key Messages, Webcasts , Conference Pitching, Blogs , Speech Writing, Special Event Planning , New Business Pitches, Media Training, Crazy Requests …
      What we do…
    • Releases and Memos
    • Press Tracking
    • Promotions & Officer Announcements
    • Award Submissions People Product Corporate Media Agency of the Year since 2003
    • Website Updating
    • Intranet Maintenance
    • Video Shoots and Webcasts
    • Avon, 1 in 8
    • Pontiac, Virtual NCAA Final 4
    • Special Events
    • Special Events
    • Captivation Awards Blog
    • Crazy Requests
      • Renetta McCann a Groundbreaker (and Short!) Advertising Age Megan McIlroy 2/28/2008
      • Starcom MVG CEO Roasted There were short jokes a-plenty at last night's Advertising Women of New York roast of Renetta McCann, the diminutive CEO of Starcom MediaVest Group . Laura Desmond, CEO of SMG the Americas, joked that Ms. McCann is the "smallest person [she's] ever seen," and showed a photo of Ms. McCann's face photoshopped on Yoda's body. Jack Klues, chairman, Publicis Groupe Media, recalled the words of a former boss, saying Ms. McCann is the "last person to know when it's raining." Meanwhile NielsenConnect CEO Jon Mandel, who once joked to TV Week that he wants to "grow old with Renetta," mocked SMG's marketing proposition that "everything [Renetta] does, she is the first person in media to do it." "There are over 15 firsts," in her company bio, he said. David Verklin, CEO of Aegis Media Americas, took it pretty easy on Ms. McCann, who ripped into him at last year's AWNY roast when he was the honoree. He opted instead to shower her with gifts, including a Carat-branded nightlight, since Ms. McCann doesn't like sleeping in the dark. But the roastee got the last laugh, with some creative Photoshopping. Describing her long history with Mr. Mandel, Ms. McCann flashed a photo of his face on the body of a shiftless hunk from a Harlequin romance novel. Then there was a photo of herself wearing an "I heart David Verklin" t-shirt, followed by one of Mr. Verklin wearing the same tee. And despite all the ribbing, the roasters showed proper respect to Ms. McCann for being a formidable competitor, a smart investor and a ground-breaking figure in the industry. "She's created a world where women can succeed, can break the glass ceiling, in an [industry] once dominated by men," Ms. Desmond said.
    • Case Studies
      • Questions?