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New York, New York, October 27, 2020 – Kekst CNC, a leading global strategic communications consultancy, announced today that Jonathan Morgan has joined the firm as a Partner based in Dallas, TX, commencing November 9, 2020. Jon joins from Perry Street Communications, a boutique strategic communications firm he founded in Dallas and has led since 2006. He previously served as an Associate at Kekst CNC in New York from 2001 to 2006.
The proportion of Swedes reporting strong concern about the economic impact of COVID-19 drops to 37% (from 65% in April), compared to 49% in Germany and 70% in Great Britain.
London, 12 October 2020 – The fifth Kekst CNC COVID-19 international tracking survey shows that business continues to be seen to have operated effectively during the pandemic. The majority of the UK public believes that food retailers, online retailers, and the pharmaceutical industry have performed well on a net basis. So positive are the British public about their supermarkets, that they are rated as highly as the NHS in how they have responded to the crisis – a net +80% and a net +78%.
Dubai, 29 September 2020: As the Middle East is transformed by the surge in innovative start-ups and countries develop hubs to house entrepreneurs and disruptive businesses, Publicis-owned global strategic communications firm Kekst CNC is today introducing “Kekst CNC RISE”, a bespoke service for startups and high-growth companies to help them accelerate their growth ambitions.
Dubai, 25 August 2020: Publicis-owned global strategic communications firm Kekst CNC today announces it has joined forces with digital infrastructure specialist Cloud&Heat, to strengthen its cyber security offering in the region through a series of workshops aimed at raising awareness around the risks that cyber threats pose.
Dubai, 28th July 2020 – Publicis-owned global strategic communications firm, Kekst CNC, today publishes results from the fourth edition of its COVID-19 Opinion Tracker, revealing that the UAE enjoys strong favour among loyal travellers against the backdrop of the coronavirus pandemic, which has brought tourism-dependent economies around the world to a standstill.