As the nation celebrates Veteran’s Day today, corporations are doing their part to honor the men and women who have served our country: They’re developing hiring campaigns to bring veterans into the fold, which is also a great example of corporate citizenship.
We hear it from senior PR and marketing executives time and again: The most effective CSR programs are those that have solid buy-in from the rank-and file (as opposed to aligning the brand to a cause that’s close to the CEO, but no one else in-house).
What are the best ways to reach Millennials? It’s a hot topic right now, and will only get hotter as Millennials move into decision-making roles. This means that PR pros need to get a handle on it now.
Who better to tell the story about your organization’s philanthropic endeavors than the people who work there? After all, employees represent your organization every day at work, in industry and government
Most communicators understand why CSR campaigns and corporate giving are important. Furthermore, most are also championing the programs from beginning to end.
The contrast between the two railway accidents offers an important juxtaposition in how to handle a crisis, and how not to.
Whether it’s new PR channels, such as digital marketing and mobile media, or traditional PR disciplines, including crisis management and media relations, PR News has all the bases covered with its Digital PR Awards. This year’s event will take place at New York’s Grand Hyatt on Nov. 5 (to register, visit www.prnewsonline.com/digital-pr-awards-luncheon2013).
Winner: Be The Match with PadillaCRT – Inspiring Congressional Support of a Life-Saving Cause Sometimes it’s easy to forget that public relations is more than bolstering brands and gaining publicity for clients. That is, sometimes… Continued