Young PR Pros: Episode #36 – Bilingualism in PR and communications

This week, our hosts, Kristine Simpson and Julia Kent, answer a listener’s question about bilingualism in the PR and communications industry in Ottawa, Canada, and offer tips on meeting people in a new city. Brit Mockler, or @bamcklr as she Continue reading Young PR Pros: Episode #36 – Bilingualism in PR and communications

Young PR Pros: Episode #35 – Who to follow… the news of course!

Following the news on Twitter

In August of this year, we started a new series called Who to follow, a series where we profile awesome people on Twitter who deserve your attention. So far we have profiled Jacqueline Gallagher, a senior recruitment consultant at David Continue reading Young PR Pros: Episode #35 – Who to follow… the news of course!

Young PR Pros: Episode #28 – What is in the news?

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After a small break, Kristine Simpson and Julia Kent are back. This week, we discuss the news – what is going on in the world and what can a young PR pro learn from the PR successes, disasters and controversies Continue reading Young PR Pros: Episode #28 – What is in the news?

The Antithesis of a Slow News Week

This week has been filled with big news. In less than four days we have witnessed three historic events. So I created a pretty timeline for your pleasure. Mind you, all that news may be exciting, but none so exciting Continue reading The Antithesis of a Slow News Week

What is going on in Egypt?

“There is nothing that we will accept from him other than he takes the plane and leaves,” said Ahmed Helmi, a 45-year-old lawyer, one of thousands of Egyptians flocking to Tahrir Square on Tuesday to try and to push Mubarak Continue reading What is going on in Egypt?