New year, new interns! We are excited to welcome two new interns, Tara Moran and Jacqueline Loring, and to welcome back Senior Intern, Emily Rosenberg, for another semester! Read on to learn about these aspiring PR pros joining the BIGoffice.
by Anna Dow
Picture this: it’s May, you’re preparing to graduate from college and making big plans for your next adventure, but first, you need to land a job. After your applications to PR agencies are in, a potential employer asks you to come in for an interview - this is your time to make a great first impression and show them what you’ve learned, along with what you can bring to their company to be a valuable asset. As such a crucial step in the process, it’s time to prepare to prove that you should be their next hire. Here are a few tips for making a memorable impression and crushing your interview process at a PR agency.
For nearly a decade, the BIGteam has attended the Consumer Electronics Show (CES), one of the biggest and most important trade shows in the consumer tech industry. As a meeting hub for technology companies and media from all over the world, CES offers an unparalleled opportunity to announce new products and get crucial face time with industry reporters and experts. Read on for the BIGclient highlights from this year’s event!
2019 was an amazing year filled with BIGnews, press shows, new clients and even a few new members joining our team! As the BIGteam prepares for a busy 2020, we are taking the time to celebrate top BIGhighlights from the past year.
One of the biggest problems faced by PR pros is when their pitches go unread or unanswered. In today’s industry, there are 6 PR professionals for every journalist - and that ratio continues to become more drastic. Email pitching is a communicator’s best friend, but making your pitch stand out is becoming increasingly challenging. Journalists are inundated with hundreds of pitches every day, so what is the best way to get your client’s story noticed? The BIGteam has compiled a list of the five best ways your pitch can cut through the clutter of your target reporter’s inbox: