As PR practitioners, we must stay involved with the latest trends and practices involving communications. Whether we post, tweet, snap, pin or chat, social media offers us a variety of ways to reach our communities.
And yet, what are the implications for the public when social media is omnipresent, technology is at our fingertips and […]
As Colorado lawmakers wrestle with politics, budgets and deadlines, it’s important to stay on top of the issues that impact our families and communities. PRSA, the Denver Press Club and the Denver Post have joined together to launch a new series called Social Perspectives: Conversations, Debate and Understanding.
Early-bird conference registration is available for a limited time. Get your tickets today!
Join the Western District Conference 2016 hosted by the Orange County Chapter of PRSA to learn from PR leaders, communication trend experts and members of the media as they share their outlook on the future […]
Now that 2015 is complete, it is time to reflect on the year’s accomplishments. As a reminder to all, the 2016 PRSA Colorado Gold Pick Awards are right around the corner. For your convenience, all entries will be submitted digitally this year – no USB drives! Don’t miss the opportunity to […]
Looking to make 2016 your best career year yet? Whether you’re interested in making new connections, networking with other peers, or strengthening your expertise, PRSA Colorado is here to help you tackle those professional New Year’s resolutions!
Join us for our official 2016 kickoff event at Denver Beer Company […]
For the seventh consecutive year, PRSA Colorado presented its signature PR Boost event, successfully connecting nearly a dozen local nonprofits with experienced public relations professionals to help “boost” their PR knowledge and communications programs. On Thursday, Nov. 12, representatives from local nonprofits and volunteer PRSA Colorado members met at The Byron Rogers Federal Building downtown for […]
Despite the overcast skies and rain falling in Atlanta, spirits were high as the Assembly Delegates arrived for the weekend of meetings just prior to the PRSA International Conference. Thanks to the input on recent surveys of Colorado Chapter members, our chapter’s elected delegates/board members – Sarah Thornton; Stacey Sepp, APR; Dana Stone; Elizabeth Jumel, APR; and […]
PR Boost is my favorite PRSA (Public Relations Society of America) Colorado event of the year. It gives local nonprofits the opportunity to pick the brains of Denver’s experienced PR pros to gain learnings and insights that will positively – and immediately – impact their organizations’ communications efforts.
On the flip side, PRSA Colorado members with 5+ years […]
Grab your cape and soar into the event of the summer and support the CSU PRSSA Superheroes in Training at a fundraiser breakfast presentation on the Science of Persuasion: Giving Your Brand Power and Impact. You’ll get tips on how to bring greater power to your brand and impact your audience in the process as […]
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