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Business Ethics = People Making Personal Ethical Choices

By: Jaime Dray, PRSA Pittsburgh Ethics Chair Ethics. Corporate Ethics. Corporate Ethic Enforcement Officer. Codes of Ethics. Ethics Training. It is not uncommon to read news articles, blogs or forums without finding a mention of at least one of the above terms. There was once a time when business a...

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Sponsorship Opportunities with PRSA

Sponsoring PRSA benefits more than the public relations professionals of our community. In fact, PRSA Pittsburgh sponsorship is a mutually beneficial relationship between our sponsors and our chapter. By supporting us in our professional development and networking events, your organization will gain...

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31 'new clues' for PR practitioners

Fifteen years ago, "The Cluetrain Manifesto," one of the most important business books of the Internet generation, took the world by storm. Last month, two of that book's authors, Doc Searls and David Weinberger, created the "New Clues," an updated perspective on how the Internet affects market...

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PRSA Pittsburgh Communicator Tour at Elias/Savion: Perspective from a Student Attendee

By Kariann Mano As you get off the elevator and step into Elias/Savion’s 24th floor offices, you feel like you’ve immediately been transported into a modern fashion magazine. Paintings hang around the walls and you can even see your reflection in the marble floors. PRSSA students and...

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PRSA Pittsburgh Partners with Elias/Savion for first Young Professionals “Communicator Tour” of 2015

By Elizabeth Bacheson, senior public relations and social media specialist at Elias/Savion; PRSA Pittsburgh Young Professionals co-chair As an aspiring public relations professional, you may have heard that no two days are alike. I can tell you that this statement is entirely true, but hard to expl...

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5 Branding Mistakes Companies Make (and how to avoid them)

“Branding” is a buzzword tossed freely and frequently around the conference room nowadays. It’s a concept most commonly associated with visually dominant and familiar elements such as logos and slogans. A brand, however, is so much more than that—it’s the DNA of an ent...

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Could someone pinch me, please? A night of “rebirth”

By Jordan Mitrik, junior public relations student at Waynesburg University  On Thursday, Jan. 29, the Pittsburgh Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America held its annual Renaissance Awards, highlighting the best of the best in the Pittsburgh public relations industry from the past ...

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Telling a New Story

By Meredith Amoroso, PRSA Pittsburgh President  For weeks I’ve been putting off writing a blog post welcoming each of you into the new year. I was taking my time in an attempt to fulfill my visions of being motivational and encouraging each of you to chase big dreams and bring big ideas ...

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Is Our PR Community Part of the New Pittsburgh or the Old One?

By Steve Radick, VP, Director of Public Relations at Brunner in Pittsburgh In this month’s Pittsburgh Magazine, there’s a story highlighting how millennials are literally and figuratively transforming my hometown. Where there once existed the attitude that young people had to leave Pit...

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Get Your Head Out of That Gantt Chart and Do Some Thinking Once in a While

By Steve Radick, VP, Director of Public Relations at Brunner in Pittsburgh I know we’re all busy. We have deadlines to meet, emails to write/respond to, projects to work on, management issues to take care of, errands to run, families to care for, and many many other things that we do on a dai...

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