What is a PR Firm?

Public relations is typically defined a set of actions aimed at creating and maintaining a good image of a person, a company or any organization. The image can be built for the general public (consumers, clients, investors, public institutions, social organizations, etc.) and also for an organization’s own staff (internal communications). In light of the … Read More

Public Relations Global Network Signs Meltwater as Sponsor

Meltwater will offer PRGN Member agencies special insights and offers   February 29, 2019 – Leading Media Intelligence firm Meltwater has signed on with the Public Relations Global Network (PRGN), one of the world’s largest international public relations networks, as a sponsor in 2019. The four-month sponsorship agreement enables Meltwater to showcase its media intelligence, … Read More

Is a College Degree Necessary to Work in PR?

Don’t expect a big surprise when reading our answer to this question: No, a formal certificate of any kind of curriculum is definitely not necessary to work and survive in PR – as many agency owners, pr managers and employees without a degree can tell you from their experience. But having said this, of course, … Read More

Why should blogging be a part of your PR strategy?

Nowadays, PR is much more than media relations, press releases or launch events. PR becomes a modern combination of classical and new communication trends – integrated, 360 degree PR strategy including visuals, digital solutions, and, of course, blogging. Blogs fit the taste of those who are looking for interesting pieces of news, non-traditional recommendations or … Read More

Ten Questions With Bradly Howland: An Audio Podcast

Podcast: Play in new window | Download In this episode of the PRGN Leadership Roundtable blog series of “Ten Questions,” we mix it up by bringing you an audio interview between Bradly Howland of HWB Communications in Cape Town, South Africa and Paul Konrardy of Evans Larson Communications in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Bradly shares the glories of Cape Town … Read More