Five Communications Agencies Join Public Relations Global Network (PRGN)

Dallas, Texas (Nov. 17, 2016)– The Public Relations Global Network (PRGN) today announced the addition of five new communications agency

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Harnessing the Power of Brainstorms

When a client asks for a creative idea or strategy, our team gets giddy to put our heads together and

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Agencies in Minneapolis, New York, Hong Kong join Public Relations Global Network

New member agencies enhance capabilities and expand reach of global communications group  PRGN looks to continue expansion in the U.S.,

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2015 By the Numbers: Lewis Public Relations Edition

2014 was a big one for LPR – one filled with great new clients, talented new faces and, of course, public relations results. Let’s take a look at LPR’s 2014 by the numbers:

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Welcome, The Hoyt Organization, to PRGN

Today, we’re pleased to announce that Los Angeles-based The Hoyt Organization has joined the Public Relations Global Network, our collaboration

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Email Overload: How to Manage 24/7 Access

Did you notice this gif roaming Twitter and Facebook? I saw it a few weeks ago, and the truth made me

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Survey: CEOs Preparing for Media Interviews Must Have an Online Presence

Preparing to be interviewed by a North American journalist in the United States or Canada? While the top source of interview preparation material is still past media coverage, today’s journalists are getting a jump on their executive interviewees by studying their social media profiles.

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Have we told you why we love PRGN?

 We’ve been a member of the Public Relations Global Network (PRGN) for more than a year now, and it’s safe

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2014 By the Numbers: Lewis Public Relations Edition

2014 was a big one for LPR – one filled with great new clients, talented new faces and, of course, public relations results. Let’s take a look at LPR’s 2014 by the numbers:

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It’s that time of year again… Public relations’ prime award season is in full swing. And yes, while we all enjoy honors and recognition, do awards really serve a purpose outside of self-promotion and office décor?

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