Posts Tagged “Public Relations”

Grey Group acquires majority stake in hug digital

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Grey Group acquires majority stake in hug digital

Grey Group acquires majority stake in hug digital Grey Group has acquired a majority stake in hug digital, a leading independent regional digital marketing agency, based in the Middle East. Founded in 2009 by Oussama Jamal (Chairman) and Tim Baker (Chief Executive Officer), hug digital is one of the largest and fastest growing 360°digital agencies…

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Another worthless “Arab Summit” of rhetoric

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Another worthless “Arab Summit” of rhetoric

Another worthless “Arab Summit” of rhetoric The Arab World is in bad need of a public relations and communications strategy, but the organization that should be leading that drive, the Arab League, doesn’t even understand why its important. The old saying that “the Arabs have the best cause but the worst lawyers, while Israel has…

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Effective PR would easily flip American public opinion on Palestine

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Effective PR would easily flip American public opinion on Palestine

The PEW Research Center released a new poll that shows that a majority of Americans admit they sympathize with Israel and only a small portion support the Palestinians. While it reflects fundamental American racism and an ignorance about the facts of Middle East justice, that can easily be turned around with a simple but effective PR…

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Khalil Gibran movie opens with not enough publicity

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Khalil Gibran movie opens with not enough publicity

Khalil Gibran is one of America’s best known American Arabs. The acclaimed poet’s book, The Prophet, first published in 1923, has sold more than 100 million copies and has been an inspiration to American Arab writers for generations. On Friday, August 7, 2015, the animated film will open at limited engagements throughout the country with…

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Arabs miss boat on Brandon Saad Blackhawks win

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Arabs miss boat on Brandon Saad Blackhawks win

When an American Arab was celebrated as contributing to the professional hockey Stanley Cup championship of the Chicago Blackhawks, you would think American Arabs would have recognized it as an opportunity to showcase their contributions to America. Other communities would be celebrating Saad, who happens to be a proud Syrian American of immigrant parents. Yet…

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The war is in English and the Arabs are losing

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The war is in English and the Arabs are losing

By Ray Hanania Wars are fought with many armaments. Some of them blow up. Others cause things to blow up. And still more can undermine entire nations simply with a few words. In the Arab-Israeli war, the Arabs are losing. They have been losing for a long time, but they are losing even more, now….

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