September 20, 2022 was ‘Prinsjesdag’ in the Netherlands. OPRG’s Public Affairs team has created an overview, to help you understand the most important developments for four key ministerial policy areas.
In this third blog of a series, our colleagues tell you more about working together in the team and work-life balance.
In this second blog of a series, our colleagues tell you more about the variety of work they are working on, but also which work they are most proud of.
From the variety of the work, international network to working together in friendly teams, there are plenty of reasons why working at Omnicom PR Group (OPRG) is great fun. Our colleagues tell you about it, in a series of three blogs.
The 18th EMEA SABRE Awards were held in London on May 27th. We are proud to share that Omnicom PR Group won 1 SABRE award and 4 IN2SABRE Awards.
We have once again been nominated for the EMEA SABRE Awards 2022! And that in no less than three categories, namely: Financial Services, Consumer Goods and Employer Branding:
Our Authenticity Gap research demonstrates that, although innovation was previously the key reputation factor for the healthcare sector, this is no longer the case. Read more about how value for money is now the most important driver:
Five years ago Omnicom PR Group was born through the merger of the global networks FleishmanHillard, Ketchum and Porter Novelli.
Consumers' expectations are exceeded when it comes to the innovative strength of Dutch food and agribusinesses. Discover the results of our Authenticity Gap research:
80 major brands in the Netherlands are failing to meet key consumer expectations. To remain relevant, brands need to show more of what they actually do for our society and the climate. This is evident according to Omnicom PR Group's Authenticity Gap research presented today.
De campagne 'True Name' met FCB Amsterdam is bekroond met een European Excellence Award 2021 voor best in Brand Relationship
Our Head of People & Culture, Charlotte Jacobs-Hoffman, reflects on the past twenty months of the pandemic. How did we stay connected from a distance? And what 5 insights support hybrid working?