Group Gordon Named a Top Five Corporate Agency

April 13, 2020

We’re excited to be among PRovoke Media’s North American Agencies of the Year, as one of the Top Five Corporate Agencies of 2020. This is the third year we’ve received this honor, which recognizes public relations firms with the strongest corporate communications practices and is irrespective of agency size.

We’re proud of our team and the terrific clients we work with.

Group Gordon Named a Finalist for the 2020 SABRE Awards

March 25, 2020

We’re thrilled that our campaign with United Neighborhood Houses was named a finalist in the Public Affairs category for the 2020 SABRE Awards North America, presented by PRovoke. The campaign focused on educating the community and policymakers about the importance of salary parity among NYC educators and led to meaningful change.

You can view the complete list of finalists here:

2020 SABRE Awards North America finalists

Group Gordon Wins PR Daily Award

March 5, 2020

We’re excited to announce that Group Gordon and Public Health Solutions won the PR Daily award for Best Community Outreach Campaign of 2019! Together we launched a multimedia, multichannel campaign to deter the use of menthol cigarettes and e-cigarettes in New York, particularly among groups that are heavily targeted, including black communities and youth. You can read more about the award-winning campaign here:

Community Outreach Campaign: Teaming up against menthol cigarettes in New York City

Michael Gordon Named One of 50 Most Powerful New Yorkers in PR

January 12, 2020

We’re excited to announce that Michael Gordon was named one of City + State‘s 50 most powerful New Yorkers in PR! You can read his write-up and see the full list of winners here:

Political PR Power 50: 6-50

Rebranding Alone Won’t Resolve a Crisis

January 3, 2020

A rebrand won’t resolve a crisis. Fixing what caused it in the first place is the only way to start regaining trust, according to Michael Gordon in Forbes.

10 Essential Things Companies Need To Do When Rebranding After A PR Disaster

Cutting Ties With Kalanick

December 24, 2019

With former CEO Travis Kalanick stepping down from Uber’s board, the company has severed its final tie with the executive connected to a number of crises in 2017. Jeremy Robinson-Leon shares his thoughts with The New York Times on Uber’s efforts to distance itself from the previous era and the significance of Kalanick leaving the board:

Uber Founder Travis Kalanick Leaves Board, Severing Last Tie