PR Training Program Officially Opens January 15, 2019 with Pink Pearl PR
The Organization of Canadian Women in Public Relations is pleased to share that Talia Beckett-Davis, President of Women in PR North America® and Managing Director of Pink Pearl PR, will be leading a 6 month public relations training program starting on January 15, 2019.
The Becoming Memorable PR training program will help women entrepreneurs develop a well-planned brand strategy and launch a new product or service into the market using public relations tactics.
The goal of the program is to provide participants with the resources they need to manage their own public relations strategy. They will learn how to create brand value and build an asset that will reap the rewards for years to come.
The program is unique as it includes all of the brand building elements essential to making a big PR splash over 6 months. Women entrepreneurs can participate from anywhere in the world as the entire program is digital and accessible through a private program SPSite.
Participants will be provided with the tools they need to create a memorable brand – brand messaging templates, brand story exercises, media kit samples, key dates for PR program planning, interview checklists, pitch templates, interview examples, PR coverage tools and social media tools.
“In the Becoming Memorable PR training program you will learn how to establish yourself as a credible expert and build a community of raving fans. You will learn how to connect with the media, build relationships and get your brand featured in high-profile publications. We will help you become memorable,” explains Beckett-Davis.
A public relations strategy can help to create credibility for your brand and trust for your business. Investing in your own PR expertise or your team can strengthen your current marketing efforts and bring enormous benefits to your business.
Date: Program starts on January 15, 2019.
Registration: closes on December 15, 2019.
Location: Online. You can participate from anywhere in the world as the program is digital.