Hill+Knowlton Strategies Bolsters D.C. Roster with Matthew Felling and Patrick Ryan

by H+K United States

October 14, 2015

Hill+Knowlton Strategies Bolsters D.C. Roster with Matthew Felling and Patrick Ryan

WASHINGTON — Hill+Knowlton Strategies has added to its political and media credentials in Washington with the hiring of Senate veteran and former news anchor/commentator Matthew Felling, and Patrick Ryan, previously with the Fox Business Network and CNBC.  “Matthew and Patrick bring that mixture of politics and media that is always such a compelling complement, and … Read more

The caveman is our future

(This isn’t a story about an imminent zombie apocalypse—any conclusions you make along this line of thought are purely coincidental.) Like you, I spend a lot of my days in meetings (just a lucky guess). A couple of weeks ago, someone used a term that I had never heard of before. And, I haven’t been … Read more

Election emotions in motion

I’m having one of those moments of reflection—the kind where you marvel at the fact that you’ve finally arrived at the end of an almost impossibly long journey. Election Day is right around the corner! So, how are Canadians feeling about the current state of play? About 10 years ago, American psychologist Drew Westen declared … Read more

Hill+Knowlton Strategies launches H+K EastWest

Hill+Knowlton Strategies (H+K) announced today the launch of H+K EastWest, a new consultancy offer that supports Chinese companies’ investment in Europe and the Americas. The service will be hubbed out of H+K’s London, Washington, Ottawa and Beijing offices and will provide a full range of communications services for Chinese companies with existing or planned operations … Read more

Nothing left to do but wait

Everything can change in 72 hours The final days of what was—and felt like—the longest election campaign in Canadian history are finally upon us. Policy announcements are over, all platforms have been released and at this point, we don’t expect any bombshells—except maybe negative stories of the shameless vote-grabbing kind. Parties have now engaged in … Read more

Don’t just stand there, get out the vote

As families gather for Thanksgiving dinner, or to watch fall football and baseball games, we expect some of the conversation to touch on the election. Shared views of family and friends have played a role in past elections—particularly assisting undecided voters to make up their minds. All policy is now released. Party operatives will be … Read more

A poll, is a poll, is a poll

Four different national polls show a continued decline in NDP support, turning this campaign into a two-party race—at least for the moment. After a strong start, the NDP is starting to slip behind the pack. Polls are snapshots in time, and with 18 days left, the key to unlock this race remains with the block … Read more