It has been fully a year since everything changed. As we move into Spring, vaccines are rolling out and the world is starting to come back online. Some of our clients are embracing the occasion to rejuvenate and have come to Eisenberg for help refreshing their online presence.
2020 is officially in the rearview mirror and we are focused on the road ahead. We moved into new offices in the downtown Arts District and we’ve refreshed our branding.
We are proud to announce that our very own, Liz Kline, VP of Sales and New Business and Head of Account Services, has been named President of the 2020 – 2021 National Investor Relations Institute (NIRI) DFW Board of Directors.
The leaves are falling and the temperature is dropping, so “the season” must be upon us. It’s hard to believe, but Annual Report Season is officially underway, with annual reports kicking off for Sally Beauty Holdings and San Juan Basin Royalty Trust.
Change brings challenges. But it also brings opportunities. At Eisenberg we are doing our best to embrace the changes and to maximize our opportunities.
As much as it feels like everything has changed, one thing that remains the same is the heat of another Texas summer. Even as we are all adjusting to the new normal, business presses on, and things have been heating up around the Eisenberg offices.
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Eisenberg entered this annual report season like any other, but by the time we wrapped, everything had changed. Many of our clients changed their messaging. Some moved their reports to digital release only as shareholder meetings moved to virtual.
Flowers and candy get all of the headlines this time of year, but it’s also annual report season; so around here our hearts are filled with 10-Ks, shareholder letters and PowerPoint presentations.
Winter is coming, and it is bringing cold weather and annual report season with it, but being recognized for the great work we produced for our clients in 2018 keeps us feeling all warm and fuzzy inside, and ready to deliver more great work.
Happy clients are all we need, but we will gladly accept accolades. And this year we have a lot of accepting to do!
Here’s to the season of swimming pools and American flags — sunscreen and potato salad — the time of year when we root for the home team, and we celebrate this great land of opportunity.
April showers bring May flowers, and as we take a look around the stakeholder communications landscape it appears that Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) is in full bloom.
It’s often lamented that Texas doesn’t have seasons, but this time of year we’re reminded just how much weather we have. You start out wearing shorts in the morning, only to need a winter coat by the end of the day.