If Your Business is Growing, Are You Ready to Own the Future?

Oh, the places we can go . . . In business, as in sports, the mantra is “next person up,” especially if there is a change during the course of the game. And the game is always changing in a growing organization. Everyone is accountable for performing in new and different roles at any given …

Building Inclusive Workplaces for Women: Brooke Bullen, Group Director of W2O, Abby Hayes, Managing Director of W2O and Jennifer Shaugnessy, Managing Director of W2O

WSJ Women in the Workplace is an event that brings together business leaders to have a real conversation about how managers, executives and companies can be better at building inclusive workplaces. Brooke Bullen, Group Director of W2O, Abby Hayes, Managing Director of W2O and Jennifer Shaugnessy, Managing Director of W2O, share key learnings from the event …

W2O Appoints Biopharma and Digital Marketing Leaders Jonathan Peacock and George Gallate to Board of Directors to Increase Competitive Edge and Drive Global Growth

SAN FRANCISCO – W2O, the leading independent provider of analytics-driven, digital-first marketing and communications to the healthcare sector, today announced that veteran biopharmaceutical executive Jonathan Peacock and distinguished advertising and digital marketing expert George Gallate have joined its board of directors. The appointments are intended to guide W2O’s accelerated growth plans to meet the evolving …

W2O Social Scoop: 12.03.19

Fostering an environment that sparks creativity and ensures users are safe – both physically and mentally – are the top priorities for social media platforms. In this week’s Social Scoop, we report on Instagram expanding hiding likes globally and Twitter adding an additional social listening feature in its Media Studio. Facebook continues to update its …

W2O Social Scoop: 11.19.19

Since the genesis of social media, personalization and connection have been an expectation for interacting with people and brands online. This week’s Social Scoop looks at how Instagram hopes to improve connections with others by removing likes, Facebook wants to help you find a doctor, and Twitter looks to further personalize your experience. We also …