A crackling debate about women in PR broke a buzz of discussion among the entire class. And most importantly, it got me thinking why aren’t there enough women on the top positions in the PR sector? The debate picked up two important ‘so-called’ weaknesses that pull women back from ruling the roost. 1) Their first … Continue reading Women have their way in PR
Time and again, Public relations has been associated with all things unethical – lying, spin-doctoring, and even espionage. Many critics argue that there can be no ethical public relations because the practice itself is akin to manipulation and propaganda. Or how else would you justify those PR agencies who deal with the tobacco or ammunition … Continue reading Is there anything called ethics in PR?
Corporate social responsibility or sustainable responsible business or corporate citizenship: Virtue is its own reward and for business enterprises, it can profitable too. Many companies incline towards a social cause in order to win public trust and portray a favourable image in the media. There has been an increasing demand for CSR and are … Continue reading CSR – a fad or philanthropy?
Practising Social Media PR for a profitable business-measuring its pros and cons London, U.K. - TweetFace; a popular social networking website announced its launch of a new webcast “PR and Social media” to underline the benefits that social media can have for business organisations. An official press conference held today at 2:00 pm in Threemasons … Continue reading Social media – a peep into the future
It has been 4 years when I last made my diary entry. And within that time, almost everything has moved from a tactile to virtual form. Even personal diaries have moved to virtual spaces on "blogs". The other day, in Matts class, we were having a discussion if newspapers would eventually become extinct entities and … Continue reading The endangered future of newspapers
19th February 2010: BodyAmr @ London Fashion Week, 3:15 pm; ThreeMasons Hall, Great Queens street, Holborn I've grown up seeing paper thin models wearing stunning clothes and walking amidt the awstruck crowd. lights, camera and LIVE action with no retake! I thought this is so easy. All one has to do is walk down on … Continue reading Fashionista
" Charities is the only sector that practices ethical PR and all other sectors mainly practice spin or propaganda" Being a part of this debate, i had to support one side of the statement that yes, charities is the only way to do good, ethical PR for a simple reason that charities work for … Continue reading Non profit PR v/s the other sectors