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CES 2023: The Top 5 Mistakes Mobility Tech & Automotive Suppliers Need to Avoid

Posted Jun. 30th 2022

After another pandemic-impacted CES in 2022 that upended plans and turned the show into a half-virtual event, the show is primed for a big in-person comeback in 2023. Still holding the title as the world’s most influential technology event, the potential opportunities for automotive and mobility technology suppliers to make an impact at CES 2023 […]

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Top 9 CES2022 PR Lessons for Automotive & Mobility Suppliers

Posted Sep. 30th 2021

Automotive and mobility technology suppliers seem to be chomping at the bit to return to CES2022, one of the most important shows for advanced automotive technology, slated for January 5-8, 2022 in Las Vegas. Show host, the Consumer Technology Association (CTA), said in May 2021 that the number of exhibitors signed up for the Transportation […]

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Obstacles & Opportunities: The PR Facts You Need to Know About CES 2022

Posted Aug. 19th 2021

Editor’s Note: If you want to rock PR at CES2023, see this post:  Six Things Vehicle Technology and Mobility Suppliers Should Do Now to Rock PR at CES 2023. Making its return to Las Vegas as an in-person (as well as digital) event, CES 2022 will undoubtedly continue to be one of the most competitive […]

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Jim Bianchi Discusses Crisis Communications with Reputation Rhino

Posted Jun. 10th 2020

Jim Bianchi, president of Bianchi Public Relations, was recently interviewed by online reputation management firm Reputation Rhino for its public relations and crisis communications expert series. You can find the complete interview below. The post originally appeared here.  With more than 35 years of experience on both the corporate and agency sides, Jim is a […]

Restart Do’s & Don’ts for Leaders

Posted May. 7th 2020

Walk the talk – it is something every leadership expert recommends. Being a good leader is not just about saying the right things, it is also about doing the right things. It is about leading by example. But sometimes, leaders either inadvertently or intentionally misstep. For example, take the recent visit of Vice President Mike […]

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