If one looks into the Greek etymology of technology—the study of an art or craft, to put it in a simplified way—one does realize that education is, indeed, technology in its purest form.
Verb spoke with Jennifer R. Hudson, a public relations professional with a distinguished track record that began in the airline industry. With a focus on strategic corporate communications, Jennifer discussed with us the challenges faced by businesses and media and misconceptions about what public relations can and cannot do.
Avo and Victor spoke about the presence and future of media and social networks, the importance of information in open societies and how our information gathering is transforming.
Avo sat down (virtually, of course) with our dear Pilar “Pili” Metzler of Avaya, one of Verb’s first customers, to talk about how news and events are changing because of the COVID-19 crisis. She thinks some changes are here to stay.
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