<strong>The Future of Public Relations Must Be Inclusive </strong>

The Future of Public Relations Must Be Inclusive 

As public relations professionals, it’s our job to understand our audiences well. This means understanding consumers on a personal level; but how could you possibly understand an individual who comes from a completely different walk of life?  While the answer to this question isn’t always easy, our generation can commit to improving the PR industry by seeking and supporting more […]

<strong>Connecting to Gen Z Voters</strong>

Connecting to Gen Z Voters

At a July 2016 campaign rally in Virginia, Democratic nominee for president Hillary Clinton told her audience to “Pokémon Go to the polls!”  Her reference was to the app Pokémon Go, a multiplayer game that went viral among young people earlier that year for its social aspects and interactive gameplay.  The presidential candidate was seemingly baffled by the lack of […]

<strong>5 Signs that you’re a True PR Enthusiast</strong>

5 Signs that you’re a True PR Enthusiast

Few fields are as involved in our daily lives as public relations. Whether in popular culture or politics, its recurring societal presence can spark interest in the career. Once involved, many public relations professionals find themselves enthusiasts of the career, with elements of their profession seeping into their personal lives. Here, I’ve noted a few things that only true PR […]

<strong>Promoting Ethical Tourism</strong>

Promoting Ethical Tourism

It’s time to hang up the fanny pack, lose the socks with sandals, and reframe the way we think about tourism. The pandemic revealed the tourism industry’s complicated influence on economic and environmental affairs. Globally, greenhouse gas emissions and air pollution dropped, and many popular destinations saw the restoration of ecological systems; however, we are still studying the economic impact […]