What did your organization resolve to do differently in the new year? As you look at your communication plan for 2018, do you have a strategy to engage your stakeholders?
How important are referrals to your business? How powerful are the things people say about your organization, products and brand—online and offline?
When the Portland Development Commission announced its new name, Prosper Portland, it reflected a strategic shift for an agency that, for 59 years, has led the city’s urban renewal and economic development efforts.
The Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area in Oregon and Washington is unquestionably one of the most beautiful places on Earth.
It’s been said that listening is the greatest gift we can give another person. That means truly hearing what they say, with empathy.
In today’s Screen Age, it’s more challenging—and interesting—to communicate your message.
Yet, since Weinstein PR’s founding, not once has a client come to a meeting and said, “These are the messages we want to deliver about our organization,” for business success.
Trust is among the most valuable things you can give your employees.
Did you hear that sigh of relief as the world came screeching to a stop? That audible stillness in the air? The very idea of not being in meetings takes us to our happy place.
Want to tap an often-overlooked source of innovation, cost savings, new products and ideas? Engage your employees, and you’ll find they can cover all of these bases for you.
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When done right, social media can: Amplify your brand attributes and values; Build loyalty with your core audience; and Start a conversation where you can listen and learn from current and future clients. Our social media philosophy: Attract. Create compelling content that grabs your desired audience’s attention with authentic and relatable stories, photos, videos, conversations, […]
Gorge/Portland-based PR Agency Now Represents Visitor Industry for Entire Oregon Side of the Columbia Gorge National Scenic Area
Portland-based agency sees continued growth with the addition of Miller Nash, Sunday Afternoons, Oregon Episcopal School and others
Parents of three mid-valley students were selected to receive a $1,000 savings account as part of the “Think Big, Save For College” summer reading program their children participated in at Oregon libraries over the summer. In all, 13 students were selected by a random drawing from among 4,525 children and teens who entered the Oregon […]