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Best PR Firms for Artists and Art Galleries

2015-12-03 by EPR Staff
Art Gallery

Everything PR News showcases the leading Public Relations firms for artist's and art galleries. Just in time for Art Basel, one realizes that one struggle for an artist is a way to market themselves to the public. Investing in a Public Relations agency can be a big help for any up and coming artist or gallery looking for more exposure and branding. Here are five PR firms that specialize in art and the presentation of art through various mediums. Fitz & Co Fitz & Co. is a strategic communications, marketing, audience development, and events firm specializing in contemporary arts and... Read More >

South Asian Olympics Needs A Full-Service PR Firm

2015-12-02 by EPR Staff
South Asian Olympics

The South Asian Games are a biennial multinational multi-sport event held amongst the athletes from South Asia. The governing body of these games is South Asia Olympic Council (SAOC), formed in 1983. At present, OC-SAG is joined by eight members: Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan & Sri Lanka. They seek a full-service PR agency for the 12th South Asian Games to be held in February 2016. The first South Asian Games were hosted by Kathmandu, Nepal in 1983 and have since been held every two years. In 2004, it was decided in the 32nd meeting of South Asia... Read More >

iPic Seeking PR Agency

2015-11-27 by EPR Staff
iPic Entertainment

iPic Entertainment is seeking a public relations agency to provide media and community outreach in the Fulton Market, Dobbs Ferry and Hudson Lights area for their newest locations in New York City, Dobbs Ferry, NY and Fort Lee NJ scheduled to open in the 2nd quarter of 2016. The purpose of this Request for Proposal (RFP) is to solicit information and offers for the services outlined below from agencies interested in collaborating with The Gab Group, iPic Entertainment’s corporate agency of record to provide a public relations plan and solutions that meet grand opening and future promotional media and marketing... Read More >

Women in PR: Small Firms Accomplishing Big Things

2015-11-25 by EPR Staff
Women in PR

When it comes to communication and building relationships, most social scientists agree women possess innate skills. After all, society socialized females over millennia to act as nurturers and caregivers, regardless of professional roles. That is not to say men do not excel in these fields as well, but for women, it is almost second nature. It comes as no surprise, then, women not only add to the growth of public relations but also innovate the way we see PR. Here are four female-led firms accomplishing big things in public relations. Thomas Boyd Communications Thomas Body Communications is a privately held PR... Read More >

5 Public Relations Jobs in Los Angeles

2015-11-22 by EPR Staff
LA PR Firms

Looking for a job in Public Relations in the Los Angeles area? Here are five of the best ones found on job search websites Monster and Indeed: Public and Media Relations Specialist – Orbweb Orbweb is a global software company with a million users and growing fast. The Public and Media Relations Specialist's main responsibility connects Orbweb to consumers using groundbreaking PR campaigns. Other responsibilities include writing compelling pitches, building key relationships with members of the media, consistently disseminating news, and branding products on an international level. Public Relations Assistant – The Vantage Co. The Vantage is an investment advisory... Read More >

Beer Public Relations Executives: Anheuser-Busch, Heineken and MillerCoors

2015-11-20 by EPR Staff
beer marketing public relaitons

Anheuser-Busch, the maker of Budweiser, Heineken (known for not only its eponymous well-loved lager but Dos Equis, Newcastle and Amstel Light as well) and MillerCoors, make up three of the world’s biggest and most popular names in beer brewing. Together, they comprise well above half of the United States’ beer consumption. They hire communications professionals making their brands shine and providing tactful and responsible strategies. In an industry where striking a balance between profit margins and corporate responsibility is so crucial, PR and marketing executives truly get the opportunity to distinguish themselves. Here are some of the best: Anheuser-Busch Anheuser-Busch’s... Read More >

Merion Pennsylvania Library Needs A New Web PR Company

2015-11-19 by EPR Staff
PR Books

The Lower Merion Library System (LMLS) is a dynamic group of six libraries, located several miles west of Philadelphia, which serves approximately 60,000 residents of Lower Merion Township, a suburb of Philadelphia.  With reading on the wane nationally, this national library circulates approximately 1 million items per year. They are in seek of a website design agency who can redesign their current site (www.lmls.org) to improve usability, make virtual access more mobile‐friendly, increase social media presence, incorporate branding and in general provide a better service to the public. The site provides a gateway to library information and services, offers access... Read More >

Public Relations in International Crisis: Paris Attacks

2015-11-18 by EPR Staff
Paris Attacked

In times of international crisis, the world of public relations is equally affected by global tragedies, like the terrorist attacks in Paris this past Friday night. The reaction of corporations and their public relations firms are most effective when keeping a supportive and somber tone. At the same time, companies and firms should stay in line with the corporation’s brand. Here are some effective examples: Flags, Colors, and Silences This week thousands of companies around the world flew French flags at half mast, as a form of support to France at a time of mourning. To a consumer, flags at... Read More >

Public Relations News Round-Ups

2015-11-17 by EPR Staff
Huntsworth’s PR

Huntsworth’s Multitasking PR Finesse Grayling, Huntsworth’s PR flagship, finished its third rebranding in five years, and now claims to be ready to reverse its recent misfortunes amidst rapid change in the PR market. “This new identity was developed in response to client feedback, in consultation with our leadership team globally and using our own in-house studio to reflect a mood of confidence throughout the agency, buoyed by new leaders in key positions, new client mandates and a clear vision,” commented Huntsworth’s CEO and Grayling chairman, Paul Taaffe. Grayling was a major focus for Huntsworth this year, as a significant realignment... Read More >

Public Relations News: Leyla Turkkan, Rooster PR, Hudson Cutler & Co. Updates

2015-11-17 by EPR Staff
PR News

Let’s face it: public relations is a perpetual, daily test of social, logical, ethical, political, and psychological finesse. But often we pass over a most valuable PR virtue - tenacity. And there are always changes in this industry. Leyla Turkkan & Set To Run Is Back! Set To Run Communications, the PR firm responsible for the smorgasbord of success evident in bands such as the Beastie Boys, Public Enemy, David Bowie, Slayer, A Tribe Called Quest, and The Cure, is relaunching under the leadership of its founder, Leyla Turkkan. The company closed in 1992 when Turkkan accepted a significant role... Read More >

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