Talent Wars: Hansell, Narrative [Report]

We are told that talent creates its own opportunities. But it sometimes seems that intense desire creates not only its own opportunities, but its own talents. – Eric Hoffer

Talent WarWorking in the fast paced world of communications it is very easy to see how talent helps to share the success of a company.  Our PR Talent Wars reports have become a must read for anyone who wants to keep up to date on the agency and client side changes taking place in their talent force.

In this issue we will talk about Hansell McLaughlin Advisory, Narrative PR, Veritas, Edelman Canada, Tim Hortons, NATIONAL Public Relations.

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Edelman Canada: we broke the story about a number of senior level executives no longer with Edelman, perhaps the agency grew too fast, but we still have not heard of any positive changes since we announced the change.

Hansell McLaughlin Advisory: opened the doors with Peter Block and David Scott as Founder Partners, two industry veterans that will be changing the Canadian financial landscape.

Tim Hortons: has a new Senior Communications Manager.

Narrative PR: now that Sarah Spence has taken the helm over at Narrative PR she is starting to rebuild the talent roster, one of her recent appointments was Sherry Boisvert, as a new Vice President.

NATIONAL Public Relations: continues to be in the news with a number of senior level changes, but we are hearing that things will be a taking a turn for the positive very soon.

Veritas: we have heard from several sources about a few management changes at Veritas and as a resulted in a number of their staff leaving the agency over the last few months, based on our data it does not seem they have been any new hires.


Don’t forget to read our past issues of PR Talent Wars herehere and here.