When you join Women in PR North America in our virtual workshop, you’ll know for sure that your business idea is viable, and that you have what it takes to see it through to completion. That information alone will put you far ahead of those dreamers out there who are still waiting for the perfect opportunity to come along.
Please join American Women in Public Relations New York City Chapter on Wednesday, April 1, 2020 at 2:00 p.m. Eastern Time, for a complimentary discussion on working from home during the coronavirus and managing PR clients.
Your online presence is a vital part of any sales strategy. Is your website bringing in new sales and helping you close new PR clients?
The Organization of Canadian Women in Public Relations (Women in PR Canada) and the Organization of American Women in Public Relations (Women in PR USA) are pleased to announce Business Wire as a Corporate Partner with Women in PR North America.
If you are considering a career in public relations, or you want to learn more about the topic, this is a great place to start.
Your credibility and experience is the key to a growing PR business or career. You need to showcase it the right way in order to maximize your potential and position yourself as a PR expert.
It’s essential that you are working on building a strong personal brand on a consistent basis. People will remember YOU, as a person, before they remember your business.
Do you ever wonder what sets those who accomplish incredible things in business apart from those who fail to realize their career ambitions?
PT Barnum was the ultimate showman. A wildly successful promoter, he was able to draw crowds to his attractions and became known for “The Greatest Show on Earth,” which we know today as the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus. His ability to transform commercial entertainment through the art of publicity is an example we can still learn from today. Read more…
Companies hire public relations agencies to get the media attention they feel their business deserves. In many cases, the viewpoint seems to be: “The bigger the publication or media outlet, the better.” Sure, an article or mention in an outlet with a large readership would be a great win for any company, and there’s no harm in having big goals.