2015 was ‘the year of doing something important’ for Weber Shandwick – important work for its people, its culture, its clients and its communities. Bold initiatives included: creating the Engagement Engine, to unite all agency disciplines to create powerful and effective engagement campaigns; becoming the first global PR firm to pilot Facebook’s enterprise collaboration platform, Facebook at Work; launching staff development initiatives ‘Go Beyond/Know Beyond’, a global exchange program, and ‘Beyond Balanced’ designed to make Weber Shandwick the insustry’s most flexible workplace. It created work for clients that not only delivered results and won awards but made a difference on all 17 of the UN’s new Sustainable Development Goals. It stepped up its commitment to global citizenship with initiatives such as the Yum! Brands World Hunger Relief project. Meanwhile, Weber Shandwick Global President Gail Heimann served on the inaugural Glass Lions Jury honouring work challenging gender bias. As a result, 2015 was a year of significant growth for the business making Weber Shandwick amongst the fastest growing agencies in the business.