Let the sun shine on your public relations career in San Diego at the 2014 Western District Conference. Mark your calendars and plan to join your colleagues from across the Western District at the PRSA 2014 Western District Conference.
This not-to-be missed professional development conference will offer something for everyone.
Scott Pansky, […]
Join us for an exciting event with Amber Naslund, author of The NOW Revolution
August 11 in Denver
August 12 in Boulder
Naslund will address the “Seven Shifts To Make Businesses Faster, Smarter & More Social.” Attendees will learn how to:
Strip away silos and overgrown business process, and create a culture of NOW Hire […]
Hello PRSA Colorado,
Colorado State University PRSSA is hosting Sunrise for Students, an event that will raise money for students attending the PRSSA 2011 National Conference in Orlando, Florida. In the past, students have taken advantage of wonderful educational and networking opportunities at this event.
Sunrise for Students will feature a “Baby Boomers vs. […]
Check out the PRSA Colorado Gold Pick committee’s video “Celebrate Innovation” shown at the 2011 Gold Pick Awards.
What does innovation mean to you? How has innovation influenced your public relations work during this past year?
A PRSA event that lets you get involved how you want, when you want
Many of you already know National Volunteer Week takes place from April 10 – 16, 2011; however, what you may NOT know is this year, PRSA Colorado is encouraging members to “Give an Hour” of their time to a […]
Prior to the digital age, newspapers, magazines and TV broadcasts were our only choices for consuming the news. With the evolution into a tech-savvy world of news built around the Internet, mobilization for both tablets and smartphones, Twitter, Quora and other social platforms, how we digest and share news is up to the individual.
A Media Roundtable: Breaking News in 2010 is the first PRSA Colorado program of the year. Sit down with veteran journalists and new media stars who are reinventing the way news is gathered and delivered. Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2010
Ever wonder where the phrase “PR 2.0” originated? Try asking social media expert Brian Solis, one of the original thought leaders who paved the way for social media in the early 1990’s.
Brian Solis (twitter.com/BRIANSOLIS) is coming to Denver for a tweetup and book signing for the book “Putting the Public Back […]
Casey DeLorme, APR and past chair of PRSA’s Western District, is serving as an on-site social media expert and blogger at the 2009 International Conference being held in San Diego, Nov. 7-10. Originally posted to to PRSA’s ComPRhension blog, in this post Casey gives advice on how to select just eight of 80+ possible […]
Lisa Cutter APR, president of Cutter Communications provides an update on insights gained from the recent PRSA Western District conference.
The PRSA Western District conference in Newport Beach started on a high note, with Steve Rubel of Edelman Digital launching into his session on digital communications trends and declaring that public […]
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