Your name vs your PR team

Could your company name be causing a PR nightmare for your public relations team? It’s very possible. We’re not referring to a company’s missteps in the public eye or a CEO behaving badly at a networking event that would require the crisis management PR we focused on last week. We’re talking about branding — the…

The Buzz: Work Hard, Play Hard

Just another busy week cranking out media stories at Complete Public Relations. We mixed a little bit of everything in there when promoting the great deeds of our clients and partners. We’ve gathered the highlights for you here:  Read Ever wondered what exactly a closing attorney does? Knowing what they do will surely help you…

The Buzz: It’s pretty much Fall

Yeah that’s right, you heard us. Go ahead and start saving your money for the upcoming pumpkin spice season, it’s just around the corner! Here’s how our clients are kicking off August! Read Kevin Wentzel, the chief operating officer at Kopis, was named to Leadership Greenville Class 46. You can read more about Kevin and…

What a Disaster

Public relations cannot prevent a disaster. But not practicing public relations can cause one. Before I go any further, I should probably explain public relations first. It is not just sending a press release to the media  and a story coming out the next week. It is not just sending it to other media. Public…

Shop Local, Save Local

We have a guest Friday Flash this week written by Mary and Alix Bernard of Joe’s Place that originally appeared in GVLToday. It was so strong that we wanted to share it. There is an interesting business trend that is happening and it’s not unique to Greenville. We call it “I wish I had known.”…

The Buzz: Title goes here

Alright, we spent 20 minutes thinking of a way to title and intro this blog without mentioning how blazing hot it is outside.  Did we think of something? No. Did we enjoy the heat this week? Also no. Did we pull a bunch of really boring reads because we couldn’t focus on anything other than…

Searching for a better worker

One of the most talked about workplace topics of the last decade has focused on how management can better learn to work with modern workers made up of Millennials and Generation X who don’t respond to the classic job stimuli. But what if there was also training that focused on how modern workers can learn…