From Design Army
From RP3 Agency
Dear Valued Clients, Partners, and Friends:
We understand how challenging it is for you to manage through the COVID-19 pandemic given the complexity and uncertainty it’s causing across our daily lives and throughout our organizations. During this unprecedented time, we believe communication is vitally important to your brand health now and in the future.
RP3 is here to support you with anything you need.
We have a full-service crisis communications team available to assist you with strategy, messaging or any other internal and external communications needs you may have during this stressful time. Even if you just want to bounce some ideas around, we are here to help.
RP3 already has a robust telework system in place for all our staff, including collaboration tools to facilitate meetings with our clients. Our team members are working remotely but are 100% operational. RP3 is fully prepared and committed to helping our clients and partners through these extraordinary times.
If you’re getting this email, you know us well and you already know that we believe in the power of community and partnership. It’s a time for us to “give back” to our community by supporting the organizations, like yours, that we believe in. If it’s within our power to help, then the answer is yes.
Don’t hesitate to ask if we can be of any assistance to you or your teams. We’re all in this together. Our thoughts are with you and your families during this difficult time.
Beth & Jim
From HBP Click here for statement:
First, it’s been an unprecedented few days with the rapid spread of the coronavirus. From a health and economic standpoint, experts predict it will get much worse before it gets better.
And the experts at Johns Hopkins and Harvard have partnered with Bloomberg Philanthropies to launch an initiative to allow American mayors to share real-time learnings from the frontlines of the crisis.
Recently, we worked with Mayor Bloomberg’s campaign for President of the United States. His team was dedicated to making facts and data a bigger part of the debate. Although he’s no longer in the race, I’m proud of the quality, speed, and scale of the digital products LGND was able to create.
Earlier in my career, I was fortunate to serve as a speechwriter for Mike during his first term as mayor. The city was recovering from the tragedy of 9/11, and there was work to be done to build a better life for millions of New Yorkers across education, economic opportunity, and public health.
Mayor Bloomberg’s team used data to guide policy decisions that helped the city rebuild. But our decisions were also guided by optimism, the belief that the world can and will get better.
We’ll need all three—data, experts, and optimism—as we recover from this crisis.
Big Whig Media : https://youtu.be/9jA1-VUbjww
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