Our wide range of backgrounds and experiences make Purple unique. Here’s our blog celebrating our different perspectives with original, insightful prose on today’s constantly changing world.
Purple Seasonal Associate Ryan Pallas writes about his experience with our internship program.
We are very happy to share that Purple Strategies has been selected as one of the “Top Workplaces of 2014″ by the Washington Post.
Joe Abbey describes what he’s learned about managing a crisis, mainly, to keep calm and act decisively.
As a reformed journalist, Ieva helps Purple’s clients prepare for interviews and talking with the media.
After months of thinking, creating, meeting and developing – we’re happy to invite you into our new online home.
Engaging and connecting with the consumer are increasingly important to brands, and crowdfunding campaigns are one of the many creative ways to successfully interact with consumers and potential consumers.
The FTC has engaged in an admirable (though largely ineffectual) struggle to regulate the blurring of lines catalyzed by brands’ increasing use of social media as a marketing tool.
Society has evolved a set of peculiarities alongside the growth of entertainment technology, which cause our attention to be fractured across many different screens, all with differing capabilities, limitations, and effectiveness.
I remember when the first McDonald’s opened its doors in Santa Marta, my hometown in Colombia, in late 2008. I was a senior in high school and throughout that year I had my fair share of Colombian style McFlurries (Milo and caramel). It never would’ve crossed my mind that one day I would be working for a firm that actually advises some of the world’s most iconic companies– brands that I grew up with– on their business and public affairs.
To commemorate the opening of Purple Strategies’ Boston office, today we are releasing PurplePolls of voters in New Hampshire and Massachusetts at the Institute of Politics at Harvard University. In both states, voters still care about jobs, jobs, jobs.