The basics of writing, measurement and crisis prep remain important, even at companies like Amazon, says veteran PR pro Heather Knox.
It’s often the case, from startups to nonprofits, that explaining why something is innovative can exhaust a reporter (or potential donor). And that’s before you get to the pitch! In a fast-paced media landscape, cutting… Continued
[Editor’s Note: The essay below is centered on the biotech sector. Yet its implication for communicators is wide. The economy’s outlook seems grimly uncertain, with JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon discussing a coming economic “hurricane”… Continued
If your organization or brand is looking to make a splash surrounding a holiday or for an impactful purpose, there are some steps you can take to make sure you are creating an inclusive campaign for all stakeholders.
PRNEWS talked with Ben Finzel, President of RENEWPR and Founder of the Change Agencies, to discuss the significance of starting a LGBTQ+ centered firm, the best way to create an authentic pride campaign, and advice… Continued
Last Friday (May 20), Georgia governor Brian Kemp offered a master class in turning partnerships into a multi-tiered PR success. Alongside Hyundai Motor Group executives, Kemp announced the company will open a $5.5 billion electric… Continued
Brands have tried to include the LGBT community in content they create. Too often it’s not inclusive and inauthentic. We offer tips for improvement.
Communicators, once again, will answer the call and serve as the cavalry in a sea of confused and worried financial clients.
Mother’s Day can be difficult for some. That’s why companies are allowing their communities the ability to opt out of certain types of Mother’s Day promotional emails.
One of the few certainties during the period we’re living in is how uncertain it is. That makes communication more complex. Communicators know flexibility and adaptability are vital in message creation at a time of potential global political instability, inflation and possible recession, supply chain hang-ups and a pandemic that lingers. Still, even experienced communicators stumble.