Independence and Christmas are in the air. The colours blue, yellow and black will be a prominent sight as you move around the island. This is one of the busiest times for public relations practitioners and event planners. Normally everywhere is booked up by now and everything that is blue, yellow and black is sold out as planning for this season can start as early as a year in advance. Not to worry, there are still some things you can do if you are off to a slow start, some quite inexpensive or free and some that will demand a budget. Here are six ways to show your love for Barbados this 51st Independence.
PRMR Inc. Communications Blog
I was tempted to name this blog, ‘PRMR Inc. has rebranded’ but restrained myself because despite my excitement and admiration of our new spruced up logo, a logo change does not a company rebranding make.
When I saw the title “For Immediate Release - Do’s and Don’ts for Managing Embargoes” on the Bull Dog Reporter email it immediately took me back to the time I tried my first embargoed piece in Barbados. Embargo “is the tactic of distributing news to reporters before a public announcement, with the understanding that the outlet won’t run the story until a specified day and time.”
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.
Soft skills have become even more important today with the explosion in popularity of the various social media platforms.
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
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.