For any company or organization, the news may not always be good. Bad things happen to good people all the time. Today’s internet-driven world propels information—especially the negative or controversial—at near instantaneous speeds 24/7/365. With risks greater than ever, protecting your good name and reputation becomes demanding, complex and critical.
PR Week, the leading industry journal, ranks EMA’s Public Relations + Public Affairs practice in the top 50 of all US PR firms. Our Reputation Management Services group—eleven of our most senior and battle-tested veterans—has handled hundreds of crisis engagements encompassing a wide scope of situations over the past 25 years. Click here to see our experience. We know our strategies for responding to “bad news” of nearly any kind work; we've probably already encountered situations similar to yours.
Have a crisis that requires immediate attention? Contact us.
Steve on Crisis
Content about crisis management and mismanagement in a digital age.
STEVE IN THE NEWS
Listen as WBEN Buffalo NewsRadio 930 asks Steve: "What could Penn State University have done at the start of the Sandusky affair that would have changed the outcome?"