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June 29, 2022 0 Comments

Client Management: Building Relationships for Marketing and PR Success

Episode 07

This week, April and Hamish are discussing a tricky topic in agency operations, with advice for navigating client relationships. Our hosts offer their tried-and-true advice for dealing with nepotism, family business dynamics and toxic company cultures on the client side. They also share tips to help marketers manage expectations and set their working relationships up for success. Next, they discuss recent news from the streaming sector, with a look back at some major changes happening at Netflix, including how the company has responded to increasing competition. Also in the news segment, they cover a recent study from the Harris Poll and Google Cloud on corporate “greenwashing” and its impacts on brand authenticity. Today’s Campaign Analysis segment features key learnings from the failure of the Revolve Festival, the now-notorious exclusive party held during Coachella 2022.

SHOW NOTES:

COMMUNICATIONS BUZZWORDS:

Hamish: specious (adj.)

April: predilection (n.)

NEWS:

Netflix

Greenwashing

CAMPAIGN ANALYSIS:

Revolve Festival

MARKETING CONUNDRUM: Here’s how agency teams can navigate nepotism, family business dynamics and toxic cultures at clients’ companies.

MUST-WATCH LIST:

MacGruber

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Trust Relations: The Podcast with April and Hamish

Welcome to Trust Relations: The Podcast! April White is the founder of Trust Relations PR agency, and Hamish Anderson is our resident marketing expert. Together, they’re the dynamic duo with all the right skills to take on the biggest topics in news, media and integrated marketing. Join us every two weeks, as we help you learn from the marketing mistakes that make headlines — or sink brands.