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PRMR Inc. Communications Blog

Of Publics, Perception and Reality

Posted by Pamala Proverbs on May 29, 2012 11:30:02 AM

As a reputation specialist I am always tracking with interest the public’s response to issues.

Discussion 1.

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Topics: blog, Perspectives

PR for Public Relations

Posted by admin admin on May 21, 2012 6:56:42 AM

 

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Topics: Barbados Corporate Communications, pr, blog, Barbados Public Relations, Perspectives

A New Vision

Posted by Akera on May 17, 2012 5:46:31 AM

As a newcomer in the world of PR and to PRMR Inc, I now have the pleasure of writing a blog at least once a week on something informative and interesting.

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Topics: PRMR Inc, Communications In Bridgetown, pr, blog, Barbados Public Relations, barbados, Perspectives

Of Monopolies and Consumer Woes

Posted by Pamala Proverbs on May 16, 2012 1:13:48 PM

The economic crisis has herald a worrying paradigm for the consumer and that is the reemergence of monopolies. With small businesses crumbling under the economic pressure, large conglomerates are taking the opportunity to buy up limping companies to build capacity.

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Topics: blog, Perspectives

Dr. Marketing: The Case of Dr Alfred Sparman

Posted by Pamala Proverbs on May 10, 2012 7:42:26 AM

Dr Alfred Sparman has changed the face of Health Promotions in Barbados forever. Pushing the envelop, the entrepreneurial cardiologist whose entry to Barbados in 2001 was met with some resistance, has on top of this, made many turn to the fraternity’s professional code of conduct with regard to advertising.

Granted there is need for some research on the code and its rationale. My first thoughts however, as a student of communications, is that it is antiquated and has no place in our new capitalist society. What is so innately horrible about advertising that local professional codes of practice for doctors, lawyers and architects prevent them from doing so? This archaic rule maintains the status quo and gives the Establishment the edge, enforcing a level of conformity and conservatism that is speedily disappearing from the Bajan everyday reality.

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Topics: Health, blog, Perspectives