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Have you ever wondered what PR (Public Relations) means for a business? You might think of PR only as news writing, but these days PR success comes in the form of engaging language with descriptive and colorful writing that touches the reader and draws them in. We welcome you to Red Orange Studio to share some of the latest PR insights.

Meghan ElyFacilitator: Meghan Ely

Company: OFD Consulting

 

This informal talk will address some of the above questions and hopefully spark some ideas for Public Relations. If you are an individual business owner or an entrepreneur hoping to understand a bit more about how Public Relations can impact your bottom line, grab coffee with us and learn how to get started.

 

Are you a non-profit or other small business trying to execute much of your Public Relations without the help of a professional? Does your business have or need a PR plan? We’ll have some tips for you as well.

 

Please join us for Coffee & Conversation at our creative studio space in Shockoe Bottom. We’ll talk through some great ways to use Public Relations to reach the right customers. You may even discover that it’s time to think about working with a pro. We promise you’ll leave with your creative juices flowing.

 

You’ll learn a bit more about:

  • How PR is different from advertising and marketing
  • How branding and PR work together
  • How to get started + some free or low cost PR tools

 

Space is limited so we request that you register below by Monday, July 10.

 

Event information
When: Friday, July 14, 2017 • 12:00 PM
Where: Red Orange Studio
2006 E. Franklin St., Suite 103
Richmond, VA 23223

 

Free and open to everyone! RSVP by reserving your space via the form below.

 

WPA BakeryWhat about lunch?
Please bring your own lunch and we’ll provide plenty of hot coffee and some light dessert options provided by our March sponsor, WPA Bakery.

What about parking?
We suggest that you allow at least 15 minutes to find parking. The blocks surrounding our studio have construction zones that have affected our available street parking. Normally, spots can be found on North 21st St. or on E. Franklin St. starting at 21st going east up the hill away from the 17th Street Farmers Market.

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