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Kathy Tunheim Named A 2017 Most Admired CEO

Management Consulting, Rethinking, Tunheim News

Tunheim’s CEO, Kathy Tunheim, has been named a 2017 Most Admired CEO by the Minneapolis-St. Paul Business Journal. This award honors industry leaders who are successfully leading their growing businesses and devoting their time and skills to the community. Kathy is a talented, compassionate leader and we are pleased to see her receive this much-deserved […]

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Tunheim Named Public Relations Agency of Record for Select Comfort Corp

Management Consulting, Rethinking, Tunheim News

Tunheim has been named consumer public relations agency of record for Twin Cities-based Select Comfort Corp., creator of the Sleep Number bed. In winning the business, Tunheim built a team comprising key capabilities from IPREX, its network of 115 independent communication offices worldwide. Sleep Number began its search for a communications agency earlier last year in […]

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Tunheim Named ‘2017 Best in Business – Small Employer’ by the Minneapolis Regional Chamber of Commerce

Management Consulting, Rethinking, Strategic Communications, Tunheim News

We are thrilled to be selected for the 2017 Best in Business – Small Employer Award by the Minneapolis Regional Chamber of Commerce. At the same time, it is humbling to realize your peers recognize outward signs of what has been a deliberate transformation of our business. Around five years ago, we knew, and realized […]

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Black Lives Matter: How the Movement Translates to the Boardroom

Crisis Communications & Issues Management, Management Consulting, Strategic Communications

By Stan Alleyne, senior consultant I bet many folks sighed in relief when the Twin Cities Marathon concluded Sunday without any significant disruption. It was a far cry from the feelings earlier in the week when the St. Paul chapter of Black Lives Matter communicated its intentions to disrupt the marathon in protest of the […]

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Slowdown in China? We’re Not Seeing it in Hong Kong

Management Consulting, Strategic Communications

Written by Patrick Milan, creative destruction officer The International Monetary Fund (IMF) predicted this week that the growth of China’s economy will drop below 7 percent this year to 6.8 percent as China’s economy is transforming away from exports and manufacturing to a greater focus on consumption and services. The rub is that many U.S. companies are […]

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