• How much of a Monster is PR?

    By Sara Pearson on August 10, 2016

    How much of a monster is PR? It’s what we do, it’s how we pay the bills and it’s mostly what we love. But how much are we responsible for the way it can consume people and is it ultimately for the good?

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  • Philadelphia welcomes the DNC to town

    By Anne Buchanan on July 27, 2016

    The Democratic National Convention’s selection of Philadelphia for its historic convention this week is no accident. A city often overlooked between the towering shadows of New York City and Washington, D.C., Philadelphia offers convention-goers and watchers a unique experience.

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  • Beautiful moment

    By Edward Stevens on July 21, 2016

    I am very proud of my city and my state. After witnessing our first major sports championship in Cleveland after more than 50 years, we have witnessed another event of extraordinary magnitude. It’s the Republican National Convention.

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  • Are ‘The New Players’ Changing PR’s M&A Game?

    By Aarti Shah on July 13, 2016

    The marketplace for PR mergers and acquisitions is more diversified than ever — which means means new and more flexible ways for deals to be structured.

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  • The Great Brexit Debate: German media reacts to Brexit

    By Henryk Deter on July 1, 2016

    The predominant message across all forms of German media has been one of regret about the result. Most commentators agree that a unified EU is necessary to address common European and global challenges. They also believe that the EU needs the UK.

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  • Brexit: The Aftermath

    By Sara Pearson on June 28, 2016

    In the cold light of dawn after the seismic result of the UK referendum, the balls which had been blasted into space are gradually falling to earth and reality is taking hold.

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  • The Great Brexit (UK Exit)

    By Evelyn Holtzhausen on June 24, 2016

    On Thursday Britain voted to leave the European Union (EU), striking a blow against the bloc and spreading panic through world markets as sterling collapsed to a 31-year low. Investors scrambled to sell the pound, oil and stocks as Britain took a lurch into the unknown, becoming the first…

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  • Officiating Sports: A Lot Like PR

    By Scott Hanson on June 17, 2016

    After three decades of officiating high school sports and working in the public relations industry, Evelyn John Holtzhausen, president of our global PR network, PRGN, and head of a successful agency in Cape Town, South Africa, asked me if there were any parallels between the two.

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  • Opportunities for everyone

    By Michael Diegelmann on June 17, 2016

    I’ve traveled to and from the UK since the age of six. I love the British and especially their sense of humour (even though I’m aware that I will never fully understand it.) Their strong will to lead and ability to speak up if they believe something is wrong…

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  • It’s all about Fruit!

    By Sara Pearson on June 14, 2016

    Fellow PRGN’ers you may think that Trump vs. Clinton is the only show in town but we’ve got our own tussle happening next week. Variously known as Brexit or the vote to Remain/Leave Europe, the Referendum which will decide whether the UK stays in the European Union is…

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