Archive for the ‘Penthouse Professional Development Series’ Category

One Bit at a time: NYT’s new tech deputy editor has big plans

Elinor Mills, content director at Bateman Group, talks to New York Times Deputy Tech Editor Jim Kerstetter in the penthouse of Bateman Group’s office building. As part of Bateman’s Media Q&A series, we had the pleasure of hosting Jim Kerstetter … Continue reading

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Journalists Who’ve Turned to the Dark Side

  As PR professionals, we’re always interested in getting a glimpse into the world of our journalist peers—what is life like on the other side of the table where there’s no such thing as logging hours or nightmares about having … Continue reading

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Bateman Group to host panel on “Journalists Turned PR Pros”

Leaving journalism to work in PR has been quite a ride (which I actually wrote about in a three-part series that starts here). Since I started at Bateman Group last year I have casually swapped notes with Michael Kanellos, a … Continue reading

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Marketing the Icons of Innovation

  The best entrepreneurs can get capital from many sources — so how do venture capital firms differentiate and compete to work with the best startups? To win this fierce talent war, and to give their own portfolio companies the … Continue reading

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What Makes Business Press Tick? Bloomberg, Reuters and New York Times Tell All

Shannon Hutto reviews the sixth discussion in our ongoing Penthouse Panel series of events featuring three highly regarded members of the national business media for a panel moderated by the congenial Sam Whitmore of Sam Whitmore’s Media Survey. In attendance were Jordan Robertson (Bloomberg BusinessWeek), Nicole Perlroth (New York Times) and Joseph Menn (Reuters). Continue reading

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PR Leaders Discuss Growth of the Industry at Packed PR Penthouse Event

Last Thursday we were excited to welcome over 70 public relations professionals to the penthouse suite of our building at 1550 Bryant Street for a panel discussion and some networking. Each quarter, we collaborate with like-minded agencies in the Bay … Continue reading

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