One of the most common challenges you will face as a PR consultant is how to determine your rates.
Women in PR Annual Soiree – Vancouver – Hycroft
Join Women in PR Canada at our annual soiree at Hycroft in Vancouver, B.C. Our theme for this year is branding and our speakers will be sharing tips on personal branding, creating brand equity and brand building.
Professional Development – Know Your PR Worth – Profit Planning Workshop
We are pleased to invite you to the Women in PR Canada Professional Development Profit Planning Workshop– Know Your PR Worth on February 28, 2018 hosted at the offices of McCarthy Tetrault in beautiful downtown Vancouver.
10 Women in PR That Lead, Inspire And Build Successful Brands
This holiday season we encourage you to support women in public relations across North America that lead, inspire and build successful brands.
Here’s our list of 10 women in public relations who are making an impact for their clients and employers.
Online Event: Secrets to Success/ Women in PR Members
Please join us for a conversation on how Women in PR members have launched successful PR careers. Our speakers will each be sharing personal tips!
End of Summer Soiree – Vancouver – Hycroft
Join Women in PR Canada at our annual end of summer soiree for an energizing evening of networking at Hycroft.
Women in PR Canada – CBC Newsroom Tour – Vancouver
Join Canadian Women in Public Relations on Thursday, March 23, 2017 at 12:45 p.m. for a private tour of the CBC Vancouver Broadcast Centre Newsroom.
Professional Development Seminar – PR Value, Tools and Measurement
We are pleased to invite you to the Women in PR Canada Professional Development Seminar – PR Value, Tools and Measurement on February 28th, 2017 hosted at the offices of McCarthy Tetrault in beautiful downtown Vancouver.
#PRFilter: Making Sense in a Fragmented Media World
Measuring PR efforts used to be straightforward. Media accounted for their audience reach with numbers: how many people bought papers, listened to morning radio shows, watched newscasts and flipped through glossies. Next, PR teams inventoried earned hits and marked it as positive, neutral or negative. We moved on to our next pitch. Looking back, the process was simple, but it offered only a high-level view of a story’s potential exposure. Read more…
Woman in PR: Natasha Netschay Davies, Co-Founder, Moonraker PR
Natasha Netschay Davies is Co-Founder, Director of PR & Digital Content at Moonraker PR, a full-service communications, PR and digital/ social media content firm based in Vancouver, B.C. In addition to her role as advisory council member with Women in PR Canada, Natasha serves as Chair of the Vancouver Chapter. Read more…