Annual Income From Fees in 2017: $805,000,000
Annual Income From Fees in 2012: $628,350,000
Responded and deferred to their 2016 Corporate Citizen Report.
Climate Survey Response Synopsis
Michelle Selesky, Weber Shandwick corporate communications specialist, responded to the survey. Weber Shandwick does not answer our questions but instead refers to its CSR reports and invited follow up conversations.
Weber Shandwick is proud of its efforts to minimize its impact on the environment and promote sustainability. As you will see in the attached Corporate Citizenship Report beginning on page 11, we have taken concrete steps toward this goal.
We were honored to be named recently to the PR News CSR A-List for the third year in a row for our work to promote sustainability as a firm and for our clients.
After reviewing the information in the report, if you have any questions, please feel free to contact me, and I would be happy to speak with you.
PR Corporate Communications Specialist
Clients and Campaigns
According to the Holmes Report, “The firm is charged with developing the global communications strategy for Sustainable Energy for All, an initiative led by the United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon to secure private sector and national commitments, and attract global attention to the importance of energy for development and poverty alleviation.”
A Port Arthur, Texas joint venture of ExxonMobil, ConocoPhillips and Qatar Petroleum. Read more here.
Weber Shandwick on Global Social Impact
“Weber Shandwick’s global Social Impact team creates best-in-class, award-winning engagement campaigns, partnering with leading corporate, foundation, and nonprofit clients to advance shared value and positive change on social issues with consumers, thought leaders, media and other key stakeholders. Our sustainability professionals bring long-standing expertise working with corporations to distinguish sustainability progress and leadership, often through multi-stakeholder engagement. Our global Energy team provides tailored communications and engagement services designed to meet the continually evolving energy efficiency, renewables, energy innovation, utilities, oil & gas and chemical marketplace.” – From O’Dwyer’s Special Issue on Environmental Communication and Public Affairs, February 2014