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BIGfish Communications Offering PR Assistance To Boston Black and LGBTQIA+ Owned Businesses

by Abbey Treamer

boston public relations

Black Lives Matter. Trans Lives Matter. Your voices need to be heard and your stories need to be told, and we want to help. That is why the BIGfish Communications team is offering free virtual office hours for Black and LGBTQIA+ owned businesses in our home city of Boston that are in need of communication/PR guidance. Please reach out to us at info@bigfishpr.com or 617-600-7560 to learn more and schedule a consultation. 

Meet Our Summer 2020 Intern!

by Abbey Treamer

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We are so excited to welcome recent George Washington University graduate, Julia Albert, to the BIGteam as our summer 2020 intern! We are also thrilled to have Emily Rosenberg, intern alum, join us as a full-time Account Coordinator.  

Monitoring COVID-19: Top Newsletters and Media Outlets to Keep You Updated

by Abbey Treamer

public relations

In a situation that seems to be changing every day, it’s more important than ever for PR professionals to remain connected and informed. One of the main ways the BIGteam keeps up on reporter coverage and the latest COVID-19 news is through pandemic-specific newsletters that top tier media outlets are publishing to keep readers in the loop. We’ve listed out the top newsletters we subscribe to, what media outlets lifted their paywall to make COVID-19 news more accessible, and some helpful tools to track reporter conversations during this time.   

How BIGfish Clients Are Helping During COVID-19

by Abbey Treamer

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During these unprecedented times, companies across the globe are coming together to help each other and their communities. BIGfish is proud to represent clients who are using their resources to support local businesses, hospitals and more. Read on to find out what BIGclients Ring and Formlabs are doing to support communities during COVID-19.    

4 PR Practices to Keep in Mind During a Widespread Crisis

by Emily Rosenberg

public relations

On March 11, COVID-19 was declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization (WHO), bringing significant changes to the workplace, homes and beyond. With work from home and social distancing policies in place, the new normal can feel uncertain and unpredictable. For PR pros, a global health crisis can also widely impact client operations, outreach, news and PR planning. For some tips on how to adjust strategy, the BIGteam has compiled our best practices for operating during a widespread crisis.   

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