Weber Shandwick's Biegel Opens Own Shop
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Weber Shandwick's Biegel Opens Own Shop

Len Biegel, formerly executive vice president in the Washington office of Weber Shandwick Worldwide, has launched The Biegel Group.

Paul Holmes

WASHINGTON, D.C.—Len Biegel, formerly executive vice president in the Washington office of Weber Shandwick Worldwide, has launched The Biegel Group.

The firm will offer services including issues and crisis management; media, crisis and presentation skills training; opinion research, message development and communications testing; employee communications and change management; international communications; and advertising. Partner firms include CommCore Consulting Group; RussellWilliams; David Michaelson & Company; ChangePartners; and R.N.Lear International Communications.

Biegel was a senior vice president at crisis management specialist Rowan & Blewitt before it was acquired by Weber Shandwick. Previously, he worked at Burson-Marsteller, where he was a senior media relations specialist, and at Metromedia, the Public Broadcasting Laboratory, and CBS.

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