Top PR Trends in 2017

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Top PR Trends in 2017

As technology advances quickly in 2017, PR experts must adapt quickly to the innovation that has emerged. We’ve broken down the top PR trends that you’ll want to know about in order to be a cutting edge PR expert. Top PR Trends in 2017: Utilizing Live Videos on Social Media for Your Clients: As social

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#MeetRegan Kirby Franzese

We’re continuing our #MeetRegan blog series! Each month we will be introducing you to a new team member and sharing a quick Q&A with them. This month we have Kirby Franzese from our Boston office. Kirby went from the warm weather in Southern California to join team Joanna last year and we couldn’t be happier to have her! Tell us

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The Starbucks Holiday Cup

Here at Regan’s Boston office, Starbucks is a crowd favorite (we’re looking at you, Two Atlantic Ave.) So, when Starbucks recently unveiled their seasonal staple just a few weeks ago, we were excited to post to our Instagram accounts. You know, a classic photo with a splash of red holiday cup color against the cool

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Veterans Day with Massachusetts Fallen Heroes

With Veterans Day this Friday, Team Stacy is honored to work side by side with Massachusetts Fallen Heroes, an organization dedicated to honoring the Fallen, assisting families of the Fallen and empowering Veterans, in a series of events geared toward the special national holiday. On Thursday, Westwood Progressive Service Center, in conjunction with Massachusetts Fallen

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Corporate Social Responsibility

In this day and age, corporate social responsibility (CSR) plays a huge role in the overall success of a business. For businesses to be successful today, there must be an underlying commitment to the community and environment in which a business works. With Millennials at the helm of this movement, many are changing their consumer

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Women in PR

On March 8th, it is International Women’s Day! According to Huffington Post, only 30.3 million women were in the workforce compared to the 72.7 million women that were in the work force in 2010. According to Tech Crunch, “In 2009, 9.5% startups had at least one woman founder, but by 2014 that rate had almost

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My Experience as a Spring Intern

  The quick sound of a swoosh, a small number appearing in the corner of my mailbox and a new email addressed to me from an address that didn’t end in the typical university standard. The email that in the moment made me want to cry, laugh, dance, throw confetti, and maybe drop to my

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