Communication is key. But never has this phrase run truer than in a global pandemic.
Should you write press releases for your business? It’s a question that plagues many a small business owner, especially when you’re just starting out or …
Public uncertainty is a huge barrier for brands and governments alike. In some cases the shift towards mistrust leads to constructive, positive behaviour – but not always. Thankfully, PR can help.
The global pandemic and the Black Lives Matter movement are putting pressure on brands to reflect upon their public image. Here is how good PR can guide a client through this period and come out stronger on the other end.
Unfortunately, the education sector isn’t safe from COVID-19, and should the worst happen, schools need to be prepared for journalists and media outlets knocking at their door.
The unfortunate truth is every new coronavirus case is a massively newsworthy story, and the media will never be very far behind. Thankfully, there are many things you can do right now to help prepare your business for the worst.
Here are the four steps to prepare your business for a COVID-19 virus.
What do you do if your industry has a negative reputation or has been affected by bad press, but you have a good business and do an excellent job?
Only a small proportion of those with the label of ‘thought leader’ are actually doing it well. So if you’re ready to provide some truly useful guidance to your industry and potential clients, these five strategies should set you in the right direction.
In just 60 seconds, Phoebe Netto shares some great advice about why we shouldn’t be scared to tell the world about our wins. In a world of shouty business owners, it’s important to be heard above the noise.
We’ve all seen media interviews go horribly wrong! Similarly, you may have experienced mediocre coverage that did not reflect well on you or did not include your business even though you had a long interview.