Public relations company Lisa Elia has launched a PR coaching program for emerging fashion and product designers in need of proper skills to help them gain visibility. Through Exposed: PR Coaching & Connections for Fashion & Product Designers, the company’s founder, Lisa Elia, and her team will train fashion and product entrepreneurs to do handle their own PR by teaching them the principles and methods the PR agency has used to secure placements for design clients in InStyle, Vogue, Women’s Wear Daily, California Apparel News, Elle, E! Entertainment, Los Angeles Times, Time and many other relevant outlets as well as celebrity product placements with Jennifer Lopez, Courteney Cox Arquette, America Ferrera and other powerful influencers in everything fashion.
The coaching program will start on September 21 and be completed on March 29. As training support, all participants will receive Elia’s Secrets of PR Success Recorded Course, a comprehensive public relations course for fashion and product designers, with 16 written lessons and recordings inspired and backed by her over 20 years of public relations experience. Throughout the program, Lisa Elia will lead a 90-minute interactive group call with all participants every other Thursday, offering them further PR instructions and Q-and-A sessions.
Publicity opportunity leads, information on gift guides and celebrity gifting opportunities, celebrity product placement, and national fashion and lifestyle media lists to pitch their product/designs will all be bonuses offered to those attending the Exposed: PR Coaching & Connections for Fashion & Product Designers. Further more, to help them prepare for face to face meetings with the press at mixers hosted by the agency after important fashion and product events, Elia will organize and in-person media training day.
All those registering for the Exposed: PR Coaching program by August 17 will also attend Elia’s fall fashion event preparatory bonus calls scheduled on August 17, 24 and 31, receive additional celebrity outreach and be featured on the PR agency’s online platforms reaching over 10,000 followers.
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