Do you want to have a success 2020? Start the year off by attending these events.
A good leader takes a little more than his share of the blame, a little less than his share of the credit. Arnold H. Glasow
There is a strong correlation between agency leadership and the talent they are able to recruit and keep, our look back at the Canadian PR agency leadership showed how many in the industry did during 2016. Now let’s take a closer look at how things are with Broad Reach Communications, Citizen Relations and NATIONAL Public Relations.
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- Toronto-based Broad Reach Communications is looking to have a strong 2017, we spoke with Founder, Andrea Lekushoff back in the fall of 2016 who was quite excite about the year to come. With new business secured the agency has started to promote within and hire new talent
- As Citizen Relations looks to expand its of offering to clients, the agency added a number of Experiential Marketing expertise through its acquisition of Black Chalk Marketing. They have been able to find the right balance of new business and new talent that keeps this agency on the positive growth side
- While things for NATIONAL Public Relations continue to be in flux as we saw over 2016, it looks like the agency is trying change things in eastern Canada. It is too early to tell whether they can pull it off, but the agency does have quite of work to repair its image
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