December 12, 2017
The first of three parts in m+p's 2017 Holiday Series
Coming home for the holidays may mean you’re heading towards some tough conversations. Maybe you’ll have to talk about the spending limit this year for gifts, or Mom wants to know when you’re getting engaged and having her grandchildren, or someone reveals your decision to stop practicing a religion.
Ultimately, it’s not about winning or losing any of these conversations, it’s about keeping the peace. At maslansky + partners we know all about having productive discussions. We help our clients be better communicators every day!
October 16, 2017
October 10, 2017
Dara Khosrowshahi’s apology to the people of London was a refreshing change in tone for a company that previously hadn’t ceded an inch of ground in defense of its aggressive growth strategies. While the statement was a step in the right direction, it shows that the company still has a lot of work to do.
October 04, 2017
“Biased!” “Out of context!” “Unfair!” “Untrue!”
These are some of the most common reactions from companies in the heat of an ongoing crisis. Their knee jerk-response is almost always the same. “Tell our side of the story.” “Get the facts out!” Or, “Point to who’s to blame!”
Trust in everything from government institutions to journalism is at an all-time low, politics are present in all facets of modern life, and there’s a new controversy seemingly every day. In the past, corporations largely remained on the fence in the face of polarizing social issues. Today, however, the public is increasingly turning to and expecting brands to have a voice, speak up, and take action.
News broke on Friday of yet another setback for tech giant Uber – this time, regulatory authorities in London declined to renew Uber’s license to operate in the city. (new York times article: https://www.nytimes.com/2017/09/22/business/uber-london.html)
Michael Maslansky, CEO at maslansky + partners, has been named to the Board of Directors of PENCIL, a leading New York City non-profit
Our interns are the best! Within weeks, they made contributions to client-facing work, got exposure to many different industries, and worked with CEO Michael Maslansky on a project that's helping shape the future of the business. They're back on their college campuses around the country, but took time out of their busy schedules to share what they took away from their #maslansky experience: