In my last blog, I discussed how PR has progressed in the past decade. For those of you who are still not convinced, read on… Every individual, business or organisation that wants to manage their communications or be seen, heard, recognised or positioned as industry leaders needs PR. Do you want to connect with employees, customers, neighbours, media or politicians, known as stakeholder engagement? Do … Continue reading How Do You Know If You Need PR?
The Network Ireland West Cork June event titled “Developing Clarity of Voice and Thought” took place recently (Wednesday, June 27, 2018) in Brookpark Business Centre, Dunmanway, Co Cork. The guest speakers, Sarah Leather, Business Coach and Mindset Mentor, and Linda Coyle, Voice Therapist, presented workshops to the West Cork businesswomen and offered advice on bringing clarity to every aspect of their lives. Speaking at the … Continue reading Network Ireland West Cork Explores Clarity of Voice and Thought for Business Leaders
If you look at the business world and how it has changed over the years – from notepad and pen to desktop computers and emails, from laptops to smartphones, tablets and social media networks – Bob Dylan’s old classic The Times They Are a-Changin’ may spring to mind. But, are all businesses, organisations and professionals keeping up with the times? In an industry that is constantly evolving, I offer … Continue reading Top PR tips to help businesses stay ahead of the times
Over the years, what has often concerned me about the PR industry is that it is unregulated. In particular, this has been a cause for concern in terms of business development and the perception of PR – if PR is not delivered by qualified, experienced professionals it can lack credibility or be undervalued. While, in general, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) may be viewed … Continue reading How the GDPR impacts Media Relations – is DIY PR Passé Composé?