Communications agencies across the industry are launching new offerings aimed at helping companies succeed in post-pandemic business. They include:

•    Weber Shandwick, whose management consultancy United Minds has created a new workforce re-entry offering to help CCOs, CHROs, pandemic response leads and their teams reset and reintegrate employees into the workplace as businesses recover from the impact of Covid-19.

•    Bob Gold & Associates, which has established a bankruptcy and litigation communications practice in response to the increase in corporate restructuring and litigation related to corporate debt, contract defaults and bankruptcies brought on by Covid-19.

•    Padilla, which has developed a strategic process to assist organizations as they prepare to renew operations when Covid-19 restrictions ease, building on expertise in stakeholder insights, corporate communications, crisis/issues management, employee engagement and brand strategy.

•    Lifestyle communications firm LaForce, whose future forward strategy practice is designed for brands seeking guidance and intervention as they navigate the future impact of the pandemic and plan for the new normal.

NEW YORK — Berlin Rosen has undergone a full rebrand spanning its website, creative identity and social media presence, all of which operate under the firm’s new tagline, “Your Story, Above All.”  The website alone was a big undertaking, now housing 13 sub-sites dedicated to specific industries Berlin Rosen serves. The rebrand of the agency, which now has a staff of nearly 200, was launched as a two-person startup 15 years ago.

GRAND RAPIDS — Lambert & Co. is partnering with a new legal consultancy to expand legal-related services to clients. The firm, Camber Engage, was recently launched by attorney Jordan Hoyer, a former member of Lambert’s leadership team. Camber Engage’s services are related to general business law, litigation management and mergers and acquisitions.