Posts Tagged with: event planning
Well, that might be a bit of an overstatement. However, Pinterest recently did prove to be a good resource as I was looking for inspiration when brainstorming event theme ideas.
Here’s a few things I recommend:
Create …Read More →
Last week, I had the chance to participate in one of our client’s internal conferences in San Antonio. MilliCare‘s annual meeting is a time for partners from around the country (and …Read More →
As upstate regional director for SCPRSA (the South Carolina chapter of the Public Relations Society of America), I’m charged with planning three educational and networking events here in Greenville this year.
You may have read …Read More →
1). Does the event or sponsorship align with your company’s mission?
Every event your company hosts or sponsors should align with your company’s mission and key messages. Doing so builds a solid base of your consumer’s …
Imagine a hypothetical question and answer survey about marketing taking place between two people. One person asks the other a series of questions, and the other has to answer with the first thing that pops …Read More →
As I prepare for one of our client’s biggest event of the year, it got me thinking about how important preparation is to coordinating a successful event. There is no such thing as being over-prepared …Read More →
Social media and event planning/management are two pieces of the public relations puzzle – and like any great PR program, the two work hand-in-hand.
This week Kim and I are attending the NAHB International Builders’ …Read More →
At Full Circle, we’ve planned all sorts of events – from press conferences to …Read More →
Public relations is definitely not a profession meant to operate in a silo (hence the word “public,” right?). And when event planning comes into play, the process requires meetings and working with others – often …Read More →