In the Women in PR Online Reputation Management program, we will show you how to take control of your reputation by employing various strategies that are both proactive and reactive (for any damage control needed).
Women in Public Relations is pleased to share that Talia Beckett-Davis, President of Women in PR North America® and Managing Director of Pink Pearl PR, will be leading a 6 month public relations program for female entrepreneurs starting on January 15, 2019.
Your financial beliefs shape the way you see yourself — and ultimately — your success as a women in PR. Over the next 10 days, we will walk you through a detailed plan to overcome your financial obstacles. Take the challenge!
If you want to monetize your PR agency you can’t run it as a “lifestyle” firm. That surely will drive down its overall value—even if the firm is quote unquote profitable and reduce the number of suitors should you decide to sell.
March 8, 2016 (Vancouver, BC) – In recognition of International Women’s Day, the Organization of Canadian Women in Public Relations (CWPR) today announced the launch of its first ever massive open online course (MOOC). The course, Introduction to Public Relations, is intended to help women understand the full breadth of knowledge essential to a career in the field of public relations. Read more…
PR veterans can tell you that having a strong network is a crucial element of your career.
As a long-time PR consultant, I’m often asked how I’ve managed to stay independent over the years. I’ve never done traditional advertising for my business. Instead, one of the most effective ways I uncover new opportunities is networking. Read more…