Being a Man: The Metrosexual Era a Decade On

The force behind metrosexual mania in 2003, Marian is now CEO of Havas PR North America, which produced this paper. Click here to read more about how she helped usher the word into pop culture and how what it means to be a man has evolved since then.

PR Professional of the Year and so much more…

Award-winning blogger, brand marketer, public relations executive and social media innovator As featured on CNN, "60 Minutes" and "Good Morning America," and in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Telegraph (U.K.), The Times (London) and more

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Headstrong

Read Marian's award-winning four-part series from the Huffington Post about the brain (including creativity, collaboration, the information onslaught and the new definition of braininess) here.

2012 Profiles

So What Do You Do, Marian Salzman, CEO of Euro RSCG Worldwide PR North America?” MediaBistro, April 18, 2012
In this Q&A with Marian, we discover a lot about transitions: about her transition from advertising to public relations, about how and why someone might switch from journalism to PR, about whether the definition of PR is in flux, about how personal relationships might need to adjust during a woman’s path to the C-suite, and about how Marian is changing the work environment in her office. “I don’t care if you’re 19 or 91,” she says. “If you have the answer for me, you can sit next to me. I don’t believe in physical offices.… I think PR—where people are worried about the corner office, the big couch—just give me a computer and let me work.”

Plugged In,” Stamford, January/February 2012
A journalist pays a visit to Marian at her Stamford, Conn., home early one Sunday morning to discuss her work as a PR pro, devourer of world news and leading trendspotter (and co-CEO of a blended household). “I don’t have a crystal ball, but if I’m lucky, I have a measuring cup,” says Marian. “I’m more of a trend spreader with a sophisticated sense of what I’m interpreting from data, or hearing in focus groups, or learning from pattern-recognition work.” She talks about some of her latest projects and ideas, including trying to spread her “local is the new global” meme to her own backyard, specifically to promote Connecticut and bring more marketing and media companies there.

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