Mike Neumeier, APR, is CEO of Arketi Group, a public relations and digital marketing agency serving a wide range of B2B technology clients that include well-known brands as well as up-and-coming tech challengers. Under Mike’s leadership, Atlanta-based Arketi, which he co-founded, helps these companies apply intelligent strategy, messaging, PR, and digital marketing to generate revenue and accelerate growth. The firm’s track record prompted the TechnologyAssociation of Georgia (TAG) to name Arketi Group its DigitalMarketing Agency of the Year. The agency has also been repeatedly recognized by Chief Marketer magazine as one of the nation’s “B2B Top Shops” and is a fixture on the “ChiefMarketer 200” list.
For the past 25 years, Mike has pushed the limits of B2B marketing – inciting clients and colleagues to challenge, innovate, and drive for measurable results. Named PRSA’s Technology PR Professional of the Year in 2013, Mike counsels clients on smart strategies that get their message across to markets and media influencers. He has an enviable track record of creating and executing communication plans that help clients build the bottom line. In 2019 he was inducted into the PRSA Georgia The Order of the Phoenix and the Georgia PRSAHall of Fame.
Mike serves on several boards, including FinTech Atlanta, TAG, TAG’s executive committee, and the Advisory Council of the College of Charleston Department of Communication. He is past chair of PRSA’sCounselors Academy, past president of the Georgia PRSA chapter, past chair of the University of Florida’s Public Relations Advisory Board, a founding member of the National Advisory Board for Kennesaw State University’s Department ofCommunication, a founding member of the Atlanta PR Interfaith PrayerBreakfast, and executive committee member of HealthMPowers’Board of Directors. A 2010 inductee of the National PRSSA Hall of Famer, Mike graduated from the University of Florida with a Bachelor of Science degree in public relations.
What You’ll Learn in This Episode
- How communications professionals can get involved in developing recovery readiness strategies their organizations will need in the coming weeks.
- The four critical areas that communications professionals need to be thinking about – and leading discussions about within their organization.
- 4 I’s: INSIGHTS, INTERNAL, IN MARKET, IMPACT (I’ve included an attachment on this too.)
- How HR and communications leaders should work together to put in place a successful return-to-work framework.
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