December 18th, 2016 | by Aakriti Kaushik
With a host of career options available to choose from in the communications sphere, new talent entering the PR industry is ambiguous of their aim. You have to worship any profession for a minimum of three years to make a mark in the industry and that is what is challenging in today's scenario.
July 2nd, 2016 | by Aakriti Kaushik
This post is inspired by specific events from last week where I was in charge of managing a broadcast interview with the local BBC radio and TV station, for a campaign focusing on innovation and technology in engineering.
June 22nd, 2016 | by Hemant Gaule
Mentors are the rudder that will guide your boat through the career. Out of their wisdom and experience, mentors can offer incredible volumes of insights to young professionals on tactical aspects of public relations and decision-making therein
April 4th, 2016 | by Aakriti Kaushik
ALP, a year-long paid internship, focuses on learning at the very foundation. It is a programme designed to train an individual in all facets of PR within a working environment
January 12th, 2016 | by Aakriti Kaushik
With start up clients' dreams of turning their business into global giants to match the likes of Google and FaceBook, the start-up PR agency will need to find the appropriate balance between client expectations and budgets.
January 4th, 2016 | by Aakriti Kaushik
For the second year running, PR trainer and recruiter, Sarah Stimson, has listed 150 UK PR internships and graduate schemes on her blog stimsonsarah.com.
September 22nd, 2015 | by Divya Singh
PRAXIS 2015, India’s only offsite weekend summit for communications professionals will be held on 25th and 26th September in the city of Mysore.
September 14th, 2015 | by Aakriti Kaushik
Now in its fourth year, PRAXIS has grown not only with the number of delegates and sponsors but as an event that has truly become a platform for bringing together PR and communications professionals in an inspiring and engaging format.
June 12th, 2015 | by Shashank Shah
The Legislative Assistants to Members of Parliament (LAMP) Fellowship is a modern day à la Grand Tour of India’s parliamentary system of democracy.
For the uninitiated, the redoubtable independent policy research institution PRS Legislative Research, as a part of its LAMP Fellowship programme, assigns a select number of talented, under 25 Indians from different walks of life to work as legislative assistants to Members of Parliament (MPs) for a period of eleven months
June 5th, 2015 | by Aakriti Kaushik
More often than not there’s little or limited information out there on what Business-to-Business PR really is, which is why it is still an overlooked career choice.