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Women still make up less than half of the executive committee roles at most large PR firms and only four women lead agencies with more than $100 million in global revenue.Jaimy Lee, PR Week
Women dominate the mid-level PR ranks, doing much of the day-to-day heavy lifting, and women are more often in command at smaller-size agencies that they have founded.Wendy Marx, Fast Company

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What to Do When Your Client Doesn’t Give You Feedback

Whether you work on your own as a consultant, for a PR agency or in-house, there will be times in your work, when you need feedback from your client. Most of the times the feedback will be useful and will help you both go forward in the work you do for them and in your relationship. However, […]


Woman in PR: Sarah Kagan, Revlon Professional Canada

Sarah Kagan, a small but powerful woman, is an ambitious public relations professional with a passion for fashion, beauty, music, food and philanthropy. Her hard work ethic, relentless ambition, positive energy and bubbly personality are what sets her a part in her personal and work life. Sarah tells Canadian Women in Public Relations that balance has been key […]

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6 Tips for Handling a Failed Pitch

You’ve written what you think is a great media pitch. You’ve done your research, written and rewritten, read and re-read. You just know that this is going to score a win for the client. You send it out, expecting the best, but all you hear are crickets chirping. How can this happen, and now what […]

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