The Future In Action

As an image management firm, Status Labs provides assistance to high level brands in addition to high profile individuals, in order to help them maintain public reputation, as often documented in online news sources and gossip websites, thus protecting the reputation of a range of figures so that they best retain their positions and moderate crisis responsibly and with the help of shrewd advice. Status Labs are based out of the city of Austin Texas, with additional offices in cities as wide ranging as New York City, New York and Sao Paulo, Brazil. Status Labs maintains a diverse clientele and is recognized for properly caring for their client’s potentially vulnerable digital image portrayed to the public through various mediums.
Recently Mike Paul, one of the globe’s foremost crisis PR experts will lend his talents to Status Labs as the company continues to make unprecedented industrial growth. Darius Fisher, Status Labs’ president looks at the addition of Mike Paul as positive growth. Paul is an interesting figure. He is president of Reputation Doctor LLC, and is often called ‘The Reputation Doctor’. Due to his prolific insight into public relations, his counseling should prove to be of tremendous value to the strategic planning and grueling work faced by company’s such as Status Labs facing potentially randomly occurring crisis damaging the reputation of important clientele of all kinds.
Mike Paul has a slew of experience in the reputation management of crisis, communications between corporations, litigation, reputation maintenance and government related relations among other particulars. He has spent twenty five odd years working with corporations and firms, namely General Motors, Kraft Foods, FEMA, Pfizer, the USDOJ, Goldman Sachs, China, and Merrill Lynch amongst many more.
Paul quite often can be seen on global news outlets including BBC News, MSNBC, Fox News, CNN, and even ESPN. His resume must be exciting to the team at Status Labs. It certainly signifies a promising future for the company.

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