Category Archive for: SM& Presents

From the Backroom to the Boardroom: The Changing Role of Government Affairs in Massachusetts from Solomon McCown & Company on Vimeo.

SM& Presents: The Changing Role of Government Affairs in Massachusetts

On Thursday morning, leaders from Massachusetts’ most influential organizations gathered at the Boston Harbor Hotel for Solomon McCown’s 24th SMC Presents panel conversation. “From the Backroom to the Boardroom: The Changing Role of Government Affairs in Massachusetts” delved into the changing relationship between government and business. Moderated by Dan Cence, Senior Vice President at Solomon…

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SM& Presents Panel: Mad Men & Women of the New Millennium from Solomon McCown & Company on Vimeo.

SMC Presents: Mad Men & Women of the New Millennium

Today, 200 communications professionals from the corporate, nonprofit, real estate, healthcare, and education sectors joined us for our 23rd SM& Presents panel, “Mad Men & Women of the New Millennium: Communicating Your Brand in the Age of Integrated Media.” We were honored to be joined by a panel of all-star communicators from leading brands, moderated…

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SM& Presents: The Changing Face of Philanthropy

How does a nonprofit or mission-driven organization engage its donors in the digital age? It’s a critical question for philanthropies. This morning, Solomon McCown hosted its 22nd event in the SM& Presents series, titled “The Changing Face of Philanthropy: The Challenge of Engaging the Next Generation of Donors.” Our panel, comprised of leaders from the…

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Highlights From Our Panel With Governor Deval Patrick

This week, Helene Solomon sat down with Massachusetts Governor Deval L. Patrick as he reflected on his accomplishments and the road ahead as he prepares to leave office after eight years as the chief executive of the Commonwealth. The candid conversation ranged from public policy and business to personal stories that have touched the Governor during…

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A Conversation between Helene Solomon and Governor Deval Patrick

(Photo by Allan E. Dines) Massachusetts Governor Deval L. Patrick joined Solomon McCown CEO Helene Solomon for a wide-ranging conversation as he prepares to leave office after an eight-year, two-term tenure as chief executive of the Commonwealth. Industry leaders from real estate, healthcare, corporate, finance and the non-profit sectors were in the audience as Patrick reflected…

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Livestream the First Post-Election Media Panel on Boston’s New Mayor

Business and community leaders are taking an in-depth look at what the election of Martin J. Walsh as the next mayor of Boston means for the city. Couldn’t make the event? Click below to watch. And Tweet along with us at the hashtag #SMCPR. Media Panel: David Bernstein, Contributing Editor, Boston Magazine (Twitter: @dbernstein) George…

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Our Post-Election Media Panel

To watch a brief video on what some attendees hope for the new administration, click here. Boston Mayor-Elect Martin J. Walsh’s ears were burning this morning as four of Boston’s leading media influencers looked into their crystal balls to foreshadow the key challenges he’ll face once he takes the oath of office in early January. The…

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First Post-Election Media Panel on Boston’s New Mayor

Join your fellow business and community leaders at a special media panel on Thursday, November 14, to take an in-depth look at the milestone election of Representative Martin J. Walsh as the next mayor of Boston. Journalists from The Boston Globe, NECN, Boston Business Journal and Boston Magazine will analyze the implications of the election for…

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Post-Election Media Panel on Boston’s New Mayor

On November 14, 2013 more than 150 people joined us at our SM& Presents Panel examining the milestone mayoral election of Marty Walsh, as well as preview what we should expect in terms of leadership style and the issues that will define his legacy. The panel generated an overload of insights from David Bernstein, Contributing…

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