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7 Tips to Help You Work from Home and Continue Being Productive During the Coronavirus Crisis

Posted Mar. 24th 2020

Many of us are finding ourselves working from home, whether it be part- or full-time due to the Coronavirus. If that’s you and you’re having a hard time adjusting or are just looking for some extra advice on how to maximize your efficiency at home, the Bianchi team has collected our top seven tips for […]

Nine PR Tips for Auto Suppliers During the Coronavirus Crisis

Posted Mar. 19th 2020

With the situation in the North American auto industry changing virtually every hour, it is an especially challenging time for PR and communications professionals working for automotive suppliers and mobility technology providers. In talking with our clients and PR colleagues from around the world – including some markets that are now beginning to recover from […]

7 Top Mistakes That Automotive Suppliers Make in Their PR Agency Search

Posted Feb. 6th 2020

You’re the VP of Communications or Marketing Manager for an established auto supplier … or the CEO of a mid-stage mobility tech company. Things are cruising along. Then suddenly, you hit a trigger event: your current firm treats you badly, you have a new product to launch, you’re tackling a new market or you’re taking […]

‘Tis the Season: 5 Tips to Giving Your Best Speech at the Holiday Party

Posted Nov. 25th 2019

The jingle of bells, the clinking of glasses, the festive décor … the cocktail meatballs that you’ve probably eaten too many of. It seems we’ve only just blinked and now the season is upon us once again: the season of the company / office holiday party. These gatherings, a classic mainstay of the workplace calendar […]

Meet the Media: Matthew Jaster, Senior Editor at Gear Technology & Power Transmission Engineering

Posted Oct. 21st 2019

Matthew Jaster is a Senior Editor for Gear Technology and Power Transmission Engineering magazines. He is responsible for writing/editing features, managing online news content/social media and developing story ideas for both magazines. He is also a freelancer writer/copywriter. Can you tell us what types of stories, trends or issues are on your radar now?Emerging technologies […]

What’s So Great About PR Agency Culture?

Posted Sep. 19th 2019

“Culture eats strategy for breakfast” – that’s what management consultant Peter Drucker said about the power of corporate culture. He asserted that strategy is important but that an organization’s culture is the true path to its success. Lots of PR agencies brag about their culture. Their social media channels and website share pictures of their […]

7 Tips for Becoming a Rock Star Moderator

Posted Sep. 5th 2019

Guest post by Christina McKenna, President, Bluestone Executive Communications   A few weeks ago a client emailed a video, asking us to critique his performance on a panel discussion at a tech conference. He had worked hard to showcase his expertise with stories, examples and personal experiences and we, were eager to see his progress. But […]

Meet the Media: Annalise Frank, Breaking News Reporter at Crain’s Detroit Business

Posted Aug. 19th 2019

Annalise Frank is a breaking news reporter for Crain’s Detroit Business. She covers breaking news stories, as well as handles a variety of business topics in the city and region. Can you tell us what types of stories, trends or issues are on your radar now? I don’t cover one specific beat, so I’m open […]

5 PR Mistakes Auto Suppliers Make Preparing for CES

Posted Aug. 15th 2019

Being part of an automotive supplier or mobility technology company that is participating in CES can bring a mixed bag of challenges and outlooks. Yes, it’s exciting to be part of such a massive show focused on new technologies and product unveilings. And yes, there can be a lot of potential there for customer and […]

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