PRGN Hong Kong Meeting 2024: Why meeting in person is still important

By Brianne Miller Here at Landis, we’re lucky enough to be part of Public Relations Global Network. This is an association of 50+ agencies around the world that are all independently owned and operated – and experts in their region. That means that I can call my colleague Judy Kuramata at Integrate Communications in Tokyo to ask if she has…
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Helsinki, Finland – Growth Path Ahead

Finland is consistently ranked as the happiest country in the world, and trust is an essential aspect of Finnish society, making it a safe and stable environment for investment. According to the people of Finland, communications is the world’s most powerful tool for change. In this week’s blog, our Public Relations Global Network partner, Taru Tujunen from Ellun Kanat, writes about the business environment in…
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5 Benefits of Media Relations

By the Landis Team Practical implementation of a media relations program is an art, not a science. After all, earned media isn’t transactional. The team at Landis is well-versed in understanding the benefits of a well-placed piece of content, but sometimes clients need a little more of an explanation on how this one tactic can move the needle on overall…
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The Intersection Of Public Relations And Public Policy: A Strategic Approach

Note: This is a reposted blog by our Public Relations Global Network Partner, Chip Taylor, Novitas Communications. For the original blog, please visit here.   At the intersection of public relations and public policy is an opportunity for communication professionals to exert considerable influence. Public policy decisions can impact our client businesses and organizations, making it imperative for PR and communications experts to understand…
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Corporate Giving – Leading by Example

By Sean Dowdall One of my core values, and the core values of Landis Communications, is to be a good citizen. Giving back, whether it be a monetary contribution or an act of service, is crucial to achieving a better tomorrow. I’m very proud to share that for the fourth year in a row, San Francisco Business Times has named…
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Zoom Etiquette

By Makenzi Jordan Rodriguez  Gone are the days of 100% in-person meetings, as most of us now work from home or in a hybrid work environment. Just like with in-person business meetings, meeting etiquette extends to Zoom, with a few new considerations. Here are some tips for being polite in a video meeting: 1. Join on time. Punctuality is important!…
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It Pays to Be Polite

By Makenzi Jordan Rodriguez I’m sure we can all conjure up a memory of a specific workplace interaction defined by impolite or unpleasant behavior. Our first instinct might be to get defensive or snap back, but it’s better to take a moment and consider next steps. Most often, these experiences affect workplace relationships longer than the immediate period. Here are…
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