Creating Successful Public Affairs Campaigns: The 5-Step Approach

Globally, there has been an increase in public affairs campaigns initiated by various parties including governments, non-governmental organizations, businesses and special interest groups. These campaigns are developed to sway public opinion on various issues or even to lobby for certain changes in regulations or laws. Typically, public affairs campaigns are more visible and accepted in … Read More

Some of the Worst Brand Messages in Covid-19 Times

Brands often miss it even when the environment changes so radically and visibly around them. PRGN’s Philadelphia agency Buchanan Public Relations shows a few examples how bad timing or bad wording backfires when brands continue to communicate without caution in times of crisis. Read More

Social Media Tips to Navigate Virus Crisis

Change your social media strategy drastically when your environment is doing the same and is going for a crisis – says PRGN’s North Carolina agency, S&A Communications, in its latest blog piece. And offers the three key steps to help make the change in the right direction. Read More

Social Platforms Speed Up in Times of Crisis

Social media platforms are taking advantage that Covid-19 is attracting record number of visitors to them. HMA Public Relations – PRGN’s founding member in Arizona – has taken a look at what innovations and socially responsible messages the platforms are airing at the time of the global public health crisis. Read More

Working from home: Advice from PRGN members around the globe

A growing number of office workers around the globe have been forced to work from home due to the COVID-19 outbreak, and this trend is likely to continue for some time. Many of the 1,000-plus employees from PRGN’s 50 global agencies are already accustomed to remote work scenarios. We’re happy to share their advice for … Read More

Readers and writers, watch out for fake news in crisis

With Covid-19 dominating the media, Industrie-Contact, PRGN’s member agency in Germany, is taking a look at how readers – and writers – of news can stay away from fake news and keep mentally sound and focused. Critical skills in times of crisis. Read More

PR Tips not just for auto suppliers but all B2B companies

PRGN’s Detroit agency Bianchi PR shares their top PR advices for automakers for the time of the coronavirus crisis. Their nine tips – from handling customers respectfully to how to change course of scheduled launches and events – offer advice to all B2B companies on rerouting communication in these troubled times. Read More

Making the Most of WFH

Experienced remote worker and executive vice president of PRGN’s Chicago agency, Shannon Quinn offers her personal advice on how to stay effective and balanced when making the big change to work from home for a while now. Read More

How is Coronavirus Impacting Newsrooms?

Working with the media in times of a widespread crisis is tricky. Brands reaching out to journalists in the front line of the global pandemic must find the right tone and content. Three Box Strategic Communications, PRGN’s Dallas agency, tells how to engage with the media with Covid-19 all around us. Read More

What the Public – and Clients – Want to Hear in a Crisis

Recipients of crisis communications messages all seek similar things, no matter if from business leaders or government officials. PRGN’s Philadelphia agency Buchanan Public Relations offers six key elements in any critical communication around Covid-19, including some example wordings that go with their tips. Read more