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by isabelle.merillet on 12th April 2013
Record 88% of Emirati youth believe their country is “heading in the right direction”
Dubai, UAE; April 9, 2013: For the second consecutive year, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) is the country in which most Arab youth would like to live and the country they would most like their own nation to emulate, according to the findings of the fifth annual ASDA’A Burson-Marsteller Arab Youth Survey, released in Dubai today.
by paul.schuchhard on 13th November 2012
To mark the mid–term of the Barroso II Commission, we asked actors from across the world of EU policy-making to tell us how they thought they did. More than 811 respondents from all corners of the EU policy making world took part in our online survey, which asked questions about achievements of the European Commission as a body, as well as for each of the 27 individual Commissioners.
Reputation and product quality most likely to influence IT decisions, say European IT decision-makers in a Burson-Marsteller / Penn Schoen Berland study
by isabelle.merillet on 28th September 2012
• Innovation is vital to driving reputation, say IT decision-makers
• Innovation and IT is vital to any organisation’s business strategy
London, 27th September 2012. Burson-Marsteller, a leading global public relations and communications firm, today released Inside the Mind of the CIO , a survey of 300 CIOs conducted by Penn Schoen Berland which looks at how European CIOs make their IT purchasing decisions, and how they feel about their roles. Vendor reputation and high quality products are the factors most likely to influence their technology purchases, say the majority of CIOs. Furthermore, the study found that innovation is the defining characteristic of tech market leadership and reputation.
by isabelle.merillet on 25th June 2012
Paris, 25 June 2012 – Burson-Marsteller, a leading global public relations and communications firm, announced today that it has agreed to acquire French communications consultancy i&e. The company will merge with Burson-Marsteller’s French operation and together they will trade as “Burson-Marsteller i&e”.
Europeans voice dramatic loss (-51%) of trust in governments across Europe after two years of economic crisis – but trust in the European Commission and European Parliament falls by much less
by rebecca.jarvis on 22nd June 2011
Steep decline in trust in national governments over the past two years, with the biggest decline showing in countries where the economic and financial crisis has hit hardest (Portugal, Greece and Spain)
by rebecca.jarvis on 4th March 2011
Voters in Ireland have delivered a devastating verdict on the ruling Fianna Fáil party in the Irish general election.
by rebecca.jarvis on 17th February 2011
Washington DC and New York, February 14, 2011 – Burson-Marsteller (www.burson-marsteller.com), a leading global strategic communications company, announced today the launch of a Government and Political Services Group, a global specialty practice designed to bring together leading political and government practitioners from its family of companies – Burson-Marsteller (public relations and public affairs), Penn Schoen Berland (polling/ political campaign management), and Prime Policy Group.
by Mayssa Badr on 10th February 2011
One year ago the Barroso II Commission took office. To mark the Commission’s 1st Birthday, we asked actors from across the world of EU policy-making to tell us how you thought they did.
More than 320 respondents from all corners of the EU policy making world took part in our online survey, which asked questions about achievements of the European Commission as a body, as well as for each of the 27 individual Commissioners.
The results were presented on 9 February in Brussels by a panel composed of John Wyles (Senior Advisor, EPC), Jim Currie (Chairman, Burson-Marsteller Brussels), David Earnshaw (CEO, Burson-Marsteller), Tim King (Editor, European Voice) and moderated by Karen Massin (COO, Burson-Marsteller Brussels).
VoteWatch.eu launches report “Voting in the 2009-2014 European Parliament: How Do MEPs Vote after Lisbon?”
by Mayssa Badr on 27th January 2011
Burson-Marsteller strengthens Brussels leadership with appointment of David Earnshaw as CEO and Karen Massin as COO and makes two new regional appointments
by rebecca.jarvis on 13th January 2011
Brussels, 13 January, 2011 – Burson-Marsteller, a leading global public relations and communications consultancy, today announced it has appointed David Earnshaw as CEO of its Brussels office
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