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The Evolution of Digital Health

APCO Worldwide and Text100 Global Communications were pleased to host a panel event recently in honor of our new joint venture, ATDigitalHealth, which offers communications and stakeholder engagement services to accelerate the understanding and adoption of digital health.

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Why I Support US-Cuba Diplomatic Relations

Nelson Fernandez - Jul 01, 2015

Today, President Barack Obama announced that the United States and Cuba will open embassies in each other’s capitals and re-establish diplomatic relations for the first time since Dwight D. Eisehower severed diplomatic relations between the two governments on January 3, 1961.


The Psychology of Creative Ideas (and Four Apps That Can Help)

We are often put into situations where we are suddenly asked to turn on our creativity switch and come up with a brilliant idea on the spot.

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When you have the luxury of starting with a blank canvas, where do you start?

Kelly Kolker - Jun 30, 2015

For some, this question may be easier to answer than for others. If you buy into the notion that some people are “ideas” people, or if you classify yourself as one of them, good on you!

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Selling New Ideas

Nicholas Ashooh - Jun 30, 2015

Not long ago, after nearly four decades on the corporate side of the desk, I decided to take a walk on the agency side and joined APCO Worldwide.

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Is the curtain coming down on Greece’s drama?

“Die Politik ist die Lehre vom Möglichen,” said the definitive German statesman Otto von Bismarck; “Politics is the art of the possible”.

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Bringing Emotion to Leadership

Neal M. Cohen - Jun 29, 2015

For thirteen seconds, President Obama stood still in silence at the pulpit during his eulogy of the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church victims in Charleston, South Carolina.

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