The Champlain College Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) and the Yankee Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) are sponsoring a session, “Communicating for Change,” to learn the science and strategy behind effective change communications and how to prepare a successful communications plan.
Bringing together some of New England’s leading communications professionals, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, NESHCo, NHHA and Yankee Chapter PRSA are hosting a half-day workshop that will help small businesses and non-profits as well as institutions and organizations of all sizes build their brand using social media and deal with a crisis in an always on socially connected world.
The Yankee Chapter is offering study sessions to those pursuing accreditation in public relations (APR) or to those wishing to deepen and broaden their knowledge, skills and abilities in public relations. The first session will be Tuesday, July 12, from 5:30 – 7 pm.
The Northeast District Conference in Boston on June 13 will feature exceptional speakers and networking opportunities with peers and colleagues from every industry, discipline and management level.
Kick off summer with a cold one and Yankee Chapter PRSA at Smuttynose Brewery in Hampton, N.H. on Thursday, May 19! The event is set to begin at 4 p.m. with a complimentary brewery tour and optional beer tasting followed by networking at the Hayseed Restaurant.
Summer is nearly here. Don’t miss out on a chance to network with your Yankee Chapter colleagues and friends and sample the wares of some of New Hampshire’s local wineries at our Summer Social Series. The first event in the series is July 15 at LaBelle Winery in Amherst.
PLEASE NOTE: We have had a change in this program, but it will still be focused on branding. We have secured a panel of branding experts to address this engaging topic.
Your brand can be everything-it is the point where you connect with customers and stakeholders. Making changes can be of real impact. We bring you representatives from two organizations that have recently examined their brands and made significant changes, along with an area agency representative who helps guide clients through the branding process.
A panel of New Hampshire media professionals will give tips and advice on breaking down the barriers between journalists and public relations practitioners to help create mutually beneficial relationships.
Yankee Chapter members and guests were treated to an insider’s view of last summer’s Market Basket protest of the firing of long-time CEO Arthur T. DeMoulas at the chapter’s Annual Meeting November 20 at Red River Theatre in Concord.
A board of directors pushes out a beloved CEO. Thousands of loyal workers and managers rally in support of this CEO, and customers back the employees. That’s the story of Market Basket this past summer, when workers at the low-priced grocery chain of 71 stores and 25,000 employees in the Northeast held protests over the ouster of Arthur T. Demoulas, its former CEO. Learn more about the remarkable business and PR story of Artie T. and the power and loyalty of Market Basket employees and customers that made headlines around the world.