Well, we’ve been looking forward to this for a while. Dubai baby! Yep, we are in the sun-blasted business hub of the Middle East for the latest gathering of Public Relations Global Network (PRGN) – and it’s awards time.
Tomorrow (Wednesday, 28 October) Cullen Communications will be closed for business. Just like that. Middle of the week, busy Wednesday, and we won’t be around.
Agency chief Owen Cullen recently appeared on RTE’s main lunchtime TV news bulletin, providing some insights about the current hot topic of rebranding.
Over the past year or two, the blogs we’ve posted that have generated the most activity and engagement – by a mile – have been the ones aimed at young graduates, young executives and anyone else considering Public Relations as a career.
German car manufacturer Volkswagen is in full PR crisis mode this week, having become embroiled in one of the biggest scandals to hit the automotive industry in recent years.
And so with a sprinkling of rain, a flicker of elusive sunshine and, oh, a splash of everything else, another summer draws to a close. Students are heading back to school or university. Workers are getting back to work. Everyone is returning to the routine.
This week, Cullen Communications client executive Emma Walker shares some tips and insights for students hoping to study communications following the CAO first round offers
An adventurous charity bid to row around the island of Ireland to raise awareness and funds for Cystic Fibrosis is now officially on the home straight, with support continuing to flood in from all parts of the country.
We’ve blogged before about the qualities and characteristics required to forge a successful career in Public Relations. An ability to think strategically. A good understanding of the media. An appetite for continuous learning. Some skills you can learn, others you’re born with.
Becoming a parent is one of life’s major milestones. It changes everything, not just the way we live our lives but the way we think about life itself. Mothers-to-be might eat for two, but mothers and fathers-that-are live, breathe and sleep for two. (Or more!)