Advancements in technology are rampant, and in many cases improve our day-to-day lives as professionals, consumers and individuals. But where do we draw the line when it comes to the ethical implications of emerging tech? Join us on Wednesday, February 19, 2020 at 11:45 a.m. for a conversation about new technologies - like deep-fake, AI, […]
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Lee Davis, Managing Partner of Clean, will discuss best practices that PR and Marketing professionals should use to enhance the quality of the brands and campaigns they contribute to. With more than 30 years of experience, he will use real-world examples to highlight these tactics. Lee Davis, Managing Partner, brings more than 25 years of […]
As we are all adjusting to the “new normal” of working from home, many while balancing work and family life, what are some of the strategies you implemented to do this successfully? This coffee chat will dive into this topic and cover how to stay connected with your teammates and manager, which virtual meeting platforms […]
Share and discuss examples of creative PR, marketing, branding and design work from all over the world.
Learn best practices to ensure your personal or organization's Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube content is accessible to all of your followers!
The events and hardships of 2020 compelled many influencers to pivot away from their normal content to focus on activism. For many, it just didn’t feel right to post according to their regularly scheduled program in the midst of a pandemic, civil unrest and a divisive and anxiety-filled election season. Now with a new year […]
Carrie Pitts-Densmore will talk about some of the challenges and successes of Urban Ministries of Wake County’s public relations messaging during an ever-changing landscape.
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