Fears of a Backlash Against ‘Made in the UK’ Emerge Post-Brexit
By Michelle Castillo, July 5, 2016
According to this article in CNBC, like many hypothetical implications of Brexit, it’s unclear whether there will be a boycott of “Made in the UK” goods by European Union (EU) citizens, similar to Americans boycotting French goods when France did not join the U.S. in the 2003 invasion of Iraq. Marian Salzman, CEO of Havas PR, shares these concerns about marketing communications, saying: “You can be the European coordinator, but if you can’t walk through the fast track lines it doesn’t make sense.”
Why Everyone Is Voting for Me, Myself and I
By Marian Salzman, July 1, 2016
In a world of everyone wanting to call themselves patriots, Marian Salzman, CEO of Havas PR, examines the paradoxes of patriotism in 2016. Across the globe, “patriotism is being conflated with self-interest. … The leave voters in the Brexit decision were likely motivated by similar desires—i.e., protect what they feel is rightfully theirs.” “Patriotism can be a great thing, but that doesn’t mean you should go blind in love of a nation,” offered one source.