At PRMR Communications Consultants Inc. we have often had to deal with clients facing a crisis. In most cases, at both the individual and the company level, no one is quite certain how to discuss a controversial topic. Crisis communication is seen as scary and intimidating.
PRMR Inc. Communications Blog
PRMR Communications Consultants recently attended the IABC World Conference in New York. Just before we left, everyone was buzzing about Facebook and the introduction of the #hashtag. Was this the move that would crush the competition from Twitter, Tumblr and other platforms? Or was Facebook losing focus?
PRMR Communications Consultants Inc. has long been an advocate for healthy lifestyles and wellness. We have a passion for health and as an organisation based in Barbados we are particularly aware of the problem of chronic non-communicable diseases (CNCDs) facing the Caribbean right now.
Soft skills have become even more important today with the explosion in popularity of the various social media platforms.
Communication is as much non-verbal as it is verbal. Numerous books have been written about this subject and it is amazing what research has revealed.
Public relations companies and communications consultants are often faced with moral dilemmas.
Maintaining ethical principles in the pursuit of business goals – A Public Relations Perspective
Public Relations practitioners and communicators in general took social media for granted for a long time but now these social communities are the best and biggest things since slice bread. Everyday I open my email there is another invitation to attend a conference, seminar, webinar etc. on some social media tool like this one today for example from Amy Jefferies, Communications Director PR News.
Topics: Barbados Corporate Communications, public relations, las vegas, Advertising, social media, public relations in Barbados, luxury, PR Newswire, PR News, Four Seasons, pr, BMW, Barbados Public Relations, Pure Beach Resort, Ralph Lauren, barbados, Perspectives, amy jeffries