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TrendKite’s Comprehensive Guide to Crisis Communications

TrendKite

A recent headline in PR News shared something we all know, but don't love to admit: " Brands See Risks but Fail to Plan for Them." " Sound like the crisis strategy you know you should have in place? The crisis strategy with contingencies for everything that could go wrong on top of the crisis itself— like not being able to get ahold of the point person for executing the plan or someone else in the chain of command for approvals, for example.

TrendKite’s Comprehensive Guide to Crisis Communications

TrendKite

A recent headline in PR News shared something we all know, but don't love to admit: " Brands See Risks but Fail to Plan for Them." " Sound like the crisis strategy you know you should have in place? The crisis strategy with contingencies for everything that could go wrong on top of the crisis itself— like not being able to get ahold of the point person for executing the plan or someone else in the chain of command for approvals, for example.

How to be a PR Pro Without Losing Your Soul

ZudePR

Similarities to PR. And the more I read the more I realised that a graphic design consultant’s life bears an uncanny resemblance to that of the PR man/woman/pro. So here are 21 tips from the author, Adrian Shaughnessy, for any graphic designer (or PR). This is the book waiting to be written about the PR industry. It shines more light than any book I’ve ever read about being a PR consultant (and it’s about design). PR/Business blog