Turnover at Edelman heading back to pre-recession levels

Edelman managing director believes bringing in new skill-sets has led to the company’s success

3rd July, 2016
Joe Carmody, managing director of Edelman Ireland Picture: Fergal Phillips

There are many old wives’ tales in the world of public relations, but one that really sticks around is the idea that the industry is recession-proof. While they might not be as sensitive to downturns as other industries, public relations firms are still at risk.

Just ask Joe Carmody, managing director at Edelman Ireland. Carmody, who took the reins at the firm’s Irish base nearly two years ago, has been carefully leading a shift...

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