PR industry rallies in support of Fortuna PR in its case against Reliance Communications, even as the spotlight turns to recovery of debts for PR consultancies in India
Looking at the continuing PR roadkill that is Indigo Airlines, organisations messing up their PR, perhaps against the best PR advise available to them, is par for the course. But, what happens when the PR pro themselves get poor advise. We asked the question. Here are the answers!
Nitin Mantri, president of PRCAI is slated to take over as the first Indian president of the International Communications Consultancy Organisation (ICCO) in 2019, PRmoment India caught up with the Avian Media, CEO and business partner, to get his views on the future of PR, life and more.
Social media, competition with marketing, paid vs. owned media is what occupies these 16 young PR leaders. #PRLongRead
Regional PR professionals are the unsung heroes of PR. Small firms are doing really well at 12 to 15% growth rates
The 1st of November, 2017 marks 25 years of Genesis Burson-Marsteller, formerly, Genesis PR. This 25 year period also shaped the story of Prema Sagar, the first lady of Indian PR
The most annoying Power Point habits in PR - Do your pet PPT peeves make the list?
The minute we equate CSR with brand purpose, we're already diluting a brand
As we move into the last quarter of 2017, PRmoment India takes a look at trends that will continue to impact in 2018: What’s on your list?
This Dussera, please burn the evaluation sheet with LxB in it! And yes, journalists do make the list, maybe not the way you think!