With more and more people keen for a career in Public Relations, here are our six sure signs that you are cut out for a career in the industry.
We recently had the opportunity to work with one of our PRGN partners, Xenophon Strategies, in gathering video content at the annual IATA (International Air Transport Association) conference here in Dublin.
In this PR agency, we know good work when we see it. We’ve seen – and done – some really great PR over the past year, from Tourism Ireland’s masterful ‘Game of Thrones’ campaign to our own PRGN award-winning work on behalf of Ford and Continental Tyres, not to mention a huge CSR effort for the seafaring Row A-Round Ireland project. (More about that in 2016.)
Something profoundly significant has taken place in the global newspaper industry; a change that has been in the making for some time is now, finally, here.
An international survey conducted by Public Relations Global Network (PRGN) has unearthed some subtle and interesting differences in the way European and North American business journalists prepare for an interview with a company CEO.
We had the absolute pleasure of working with Republic of Ireland women’s international, 2014 FIFA Puskás award nominee and internet sensation Stephanie Roche in Dublin on Saturday last.
Cullen Communications was in the thick of things as the much-anticipated new Ford Mondeo was launched to dealers, fleet customers and media at the Powerscourt Hotel last week.
We are all trying to increase our social media presence these days, and everyone has a few fall-back techniques designed to give the profile and follower count a boost.