It matters little to me whether PR as a term survives. It matters greatly that we continue to operate and grow on a foundation of courage, curiosity, empathy and integrity and remain flexible enough to meet the needs of our clients.
There is still a lot of misdirected energy among communications professionals to hold on to traditional nomenclature for what it is that we do, whether an advertising, marketing, PR or branding agency.
As we celebrate ten years of growth and success, I can’t help but to take a quick look back.
To celebrate 10 years in business, we’ve decided to initiate a program to donate our services and support local nonprofits in ways that can make a real difference.
We’re celebrating our 10th anniversary with a fresh look and a new website.
Being involved in our community is good for our community and for the people who work at Vehr Communications.
Communications leaders gathered in Dublin and realized the common ground we share.
The Goering Center Award is about things that we all take very seriously.
We embrace the reality of attracting, retaining, developing and winning with today’s younger professional.
We’re united by our industry. And, interestingly to me, we’re united by much more.