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PRGN: Harnessing the Amazing Power of PR Agencies Worldwide

Posted Mar. 27th 2023

Our Global PR Partners Give You Local Expertise Around the Globe Do you need to launch a new product in Brazil? Or open a new automotive manufacturing facility in Mexico? Or support your CEO’s speech at the Paris Air Show? PRGN has got you covered! Since 2014, Bianchi PR has been the Detroit automotive/mobility member […]

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The Importance of ESG Reporting for Listed and Non-listed Companies

Posted Jul. 23rd 2020

Editor’s note: ESG – environment, social and governance – is becoming a critical component of many companies’ investor relations programs. Our PRGN affiliate in Germany that specializes in European IR programs, cometis AG, weighs in here on the importance of ESG reporting. This post originally appeared on the PRGN Blog here: https://www.prgn.com/esg-reporting/the-importance-of-esg-reporting-for-listed-and-non-listed-companies/. There used to […]

Top 13 Lessons PR Students Learned from their PRGN Agency Internship

Posted Jan. 23rd 2020

By Kathryn Lauro, Intern, Bianchi Public Relations | January 13, 2020 Internships are an important asset for students starting their public relations careers. Each internship experience varies from agency to agency, presenting many opportunities for young professionals to learn different aspects of the industry. Most importantly, internships allow students to acquire skills they cannot learn […]

Velodyne and The Power of PRGN Partnership

Posted Apr. 8th 2019

We talk a lot about the amazing power of our relationships with our 50+ Public Relations Global Network agency colleagues around the world. Here’s a new case study from our Silicon Valley/San Francisco colleagues, Landis Communications Inc. (LCI), demonstrating successful PRGN teamwork in serving their client, Velodyne Lidar, the leader in a key sensing technology […]

Tried and True Adages that Apply to PR

Posted Jun. 28th 2018

By Claire Olech (former Bianchi Public Relations intern and recent PR grad. You can find her on LinkedIn.) As a PR student, it’s customary to receive advice from professionals who have experience in the field. It may come in different packaging, but often, it’s an old adage that you’ve heard before around the dinner table. […]

CEO Media Interview Mistake #4 – Not Knowing the Journalist’s Policy on Pre-Publication Reviews of CEO Quotes

Posted Jun. 14th 2018

Reporters NEVER allow CEOs to review their quotes before a story runs, right? Contrary to popular belief among PR professionals, many of today’s journalists will actually allow CEOs or their PR representative to review their quotes for stories prior to publication. According to a survey of more than 110 journalists around the world conducted by […]

Partners in Fact: Social Day of Action

Posted Jun. 5th 2018

Today, we are participating in a Social Day of Action with the News Literacy Project, the PR Council and many of our PRGN colleagues to underscore the importance of news literacy. Do you investigate news sources to evaluate their veracity, biases or emotional cues? In this day in age, it’s critical to practice and teach […]

CEO Media Interview Mistake #1 – Ignoring the Growing Demands on Reporters

Posted Mar. 15th 2018

Reporters’ Duties Growing with Social/Digital; Creating New PR Opportunities Journalists are facing increasingly intense pressure to produce multimedia stories and to build engagement for their stories on social media, according to a recent Public Relations Global Network (PRGN) survey of more than 110 journalists around the world. And these changes are creating new opportunities for […]

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