Public Relations

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What is Public Relations?

Public relations is the art of providing information about a particular person or organization so that people will regard that person or organization in a favorable way.

Public relations professionals build, through effective communication, a positive image for their client. They analyze your organization to find the best features and activities that can convey positive messages and translate them into interesting newsworthy stories that will be reported in the media. They also observe trends in public opinion and recommend ways to enhance your image based on these trends.

Who Needs Public Relations?​

PR is not only for big business. It is beneficial to any organization, large or small, commercial or non-commercial, and to any individual in the public eye.

PR is used by companies, politicians, public figures, performers, government departments, municipalities, schools and universities, sports teams and leagues, trade and professional associations, hospitals and clinics, law firms, architecture and engineering firms, political parties, nonprofit organizations.

Public Relations Services

What We Do

Strategic Planning

Set your communication strategy.

Media Relations

Write news releases, and provide the media with information that will help them write a good story about you.

Event Planning

Organize events designed for public outreach and media relations.

Web Design

Create and manage your website.

Social Media

Produce content for your social media, and maintain your online presence.

Media Training

Train top executives to appear on TV and for making public appearances.


Develop the organization’s corporate image and identity.

Corporate Social Responsibility

Recommend actions to show that your business has a responsible attitude to its employees, the community, and the environment.

Crisis Communication

Respond to the media in the event of a crisis. Better yet, anticipate potential crises and prepare a crisis plan in advance.

The Strategic Approach

How We Do It

PR should not be done haphazardly, on a day-to-day basis. It must be planned.
A PR program is organized like a military campaign.

The Planning Process in 4 Logical Steps

Where Are We Now?

Analyzing the situation.

Where Do We Want to Go?

Setting objectives.

How Do We Get There?

Developing a strategy.

How Did We Do?

Assessing the results.

The Planning Process in More Detail

Look objectively at how you operate. Find out what your current image is and how your products or services are perceived. Combine this with an audit of your methods of communication.
Set your objectives—what you want to achieve. Objectives must be clear, measurable, and include a time frame.
Identify your target audiences. Select the most appropriate media to reach each group. Define your key messages. Tailor every message to appeal to each group. Produce an action plan.
Assess the results. How did you do? Did you meet your objectives?
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