Who’s Up, Who’s Down, and Why? The Latest Axios Harris Poll 100 Corporate Reputation Ranking
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Marketing & Communications Roundtables

Roundtables are discussions held under the Chatham House Rule for M&C Center members and invited guests that focus on a key topic of interest with a single session (1-2 hours).

Roundtables | Virtual Meeting

Who’s Up, Who’s Down, and Why? The Latest Axios Harris Poll 100 Corporate Reputation Ranking

July 11, 2024 12:00 PM ET - 01:00 PM ET | Virtual Meeting

The 2024 annual corporate reputation ranking by Axios and The Harris Poll shows some significant year-over-year shifts. In this interactive roundtable, Rob Jekielek, Managing Director at The Harris Poll, will review some notable trends such as

  • the companies that have experienced the biggest changes in their reputation since last year,
  • the rise of traditionally conservative leaning brands,
  • how inflated prices have impacted brands’ reputation,
  • the effect of weight-loss drugs on pharma companies’ reputation, and
  • how airlines have fared amidst plane quality issues, increased demand, and labor shortages.


Join us for an hour to discuss these topics and their resulting business impact with your peers in communications, marketing, and related fields. We are holding this event under the Chatham House Rule, i.e., attendees may use the learnings from the discussion at this event but may not attribute them to any individual or company (of course, the Axios Harris Poll 100 Corporate Reputation Ranking is public information and as such can be quoted).


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