5WPR CEO Ronn Torossian - News, Info, Gossip and More

Ronn Torossian is a busy man. He is the founder and CEO of 5WPR – one of the 20 largest independently owned PR firms in America. His firm grows quickly, and is one of the most diverse nationwide, consistently garnering tremendous results across a number of practice areas for his clients.

He also runs a family charitable foundation supporting global causes – focused on community, education, and healthcare – the foundation was formed as a way to honor his mother and the values she taught him. Ronn is an avid reader as well as writer, having penned a best-selling PR book “For Immediate Release.”

Torossian is a high-profile executive, regularly appearing in the national media as a voice of the PR industry, including regular appearances on Fox News, Bloomberg and other media outlets. He’s a born-and-bred New Yorker, something he sees as an advantage as New York remains the center of the media world – certainly relevant in the PR industry.

Basics of Creating Key Messages

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It’s not always easy to communicate with a target audience  to make sure that the company’s point comes across the right way. That’s why businesses develop core messages that they hone and reiterate to the target audience so that people remember those ideas. Whenever a company decides to … [Read more...]

The Future is Online

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Many consumers who flocked to digital platforms during the pandemic have expressed their intent to stay in cyberspace. Bread, an online retail financing platform, was among the latest to validate this in a survey of more than 600 customers. What can brands do to improve their position in the … [Read more...]

Future of Data, Analytics, and Marketing

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Analytics and data have become the core of digital PR, marketing, and advertising, which means having the right skills and proficiency in those skills on board leads to business growth and excellent marketing performance. Marketing leaders and their teams have to collect, track, analyze and apply … [Read more...]

The Year That Changed Everything for Crisis PR

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After a year of uncertainty and chaos, things have changed for crisis communications and crisis PR, which means public relations experts have to learn more new things to keep up with the new demands. The beginning of a brand new decade saw a world filled with protests, economic uncertainty, and a … [Read more...]

What Marketing To Do Before Launching

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When businesses are looking to develop a brand new product, they need to plan a few things before that new product becomes available to the public. And while a coming soon page is a valuable tool in promoting that new product or business venture, as it can function as a sneak peek to the public, as … [Read more...]

Starting A Business During The Pandemic

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The pandemic that started at the beginning of 2020 and didn’t end in sight has seen many people losing their jobs and many businesses suffering or closing down. This has led to people either taking a break from their startups and waiting for the pandemic to come to an end or starting fresh and … [Read more...]

What Kind Of Clients Wouldn’t Companies Represent?

What kind of client wouldn’t you work with is a question we asked some experts.  Here is what they said: Richard Edelman CEO of the world’s largest PR firm has said that “PR is not like the law – Not everyone deserves representation,” and has also said that "We do not accept clients … [Read more...]

Southwest Responds After Ejecting Man from Flight

Of all the years, 2020 is definitely not the time for an airline to get negative press, and someone apparently trying to get “internet famous” took advantage of that. Reports are coming in from various media outlets that, last week, a “black man wearing a Trump 2020 mask was kicked off a Southwest … [Read more...]

5 Food & Beverage Brands Steadily Losing Ground

Consumer tastes change over time. Sometimes literally. Food and Beverage PR has to shift along with it, or brands that were once all the rage will fade away. Campbell’s Soup Sometimes, an influx of options can create a massive sea change in the marketplace. Such is the case for soup brands. … [Read more...]