As in the business world, the best way nonprofits can withstand a PR crisis is through preparation. Here are several options that will help.
Content is king. The early days of King Charles’ reign demonstrate he has the content–experience and technical expertise–of a savvy monarch. His scandal-prone family needs it.
The advantages of promptly addressing PR crises are apparent. Yet, some people and their companies just don’t learn.
PRNEWS welcomed Shannon Tucker, VP of NextPR to chat about tips for PR professionals, companies and agencies during a recession.
In this edition of Crisis Averted, we’ve picked examples where we admit a PR crisis hasn’t occurred. Instead, they’re instances where something happened and the aftermath seems ripe for crisis. So, this month’s feature requires a question mark and could read: Have We Averted a Crisis?
Getting your company ready for crisis can seem overwhelming. Where do you start? What will really make an impact? The short answer is simple: start with your story.