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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Discussing the Values-Aligned Company on the PRGN Podcast  

Landis Communications’ president Sean Dowdall appeared on the Public Relations Global Network (PRGN) podcast to discuss how he runs the agency as a values-aligned company. Sean is in conversation with Abbie Fink from partner agency HMA Public Relations. Give a listen here or learn more about Landis and our philanthropic work here. Growing up in a small town on the Flathead Indian Reservation in…
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How Travel Makes You a Better PR Practitioner – Part Two

Here are a few more pearls of wisdom from the Landis team about how traveling makes us better at our jobs. Interested in viewing part one? Click here. Brianne Murphy Miller Be flexible. There are always options.  “On a trip to London recently, I arrived during a rail strike that made getting around the city almost impossible. I had to…
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How Travel Makes You a Better PR Practitioner – Part One

By the Landis Team Over the years, I’ve found some interesting “common denominators” among PR people…many were active in school plays and/or debate teams; we all love to eat and criticize bad grammar…the list goes on. One constant is travel. PR folks have to travel for business, yes, but they are also invariably adventurous travelers in their “real” lives.  Travel…
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Ten signs you need to get out of the house and travel

Longtime LCI friend and client Jon Handlery owns the Handlery Hotels properties in San Francisco and San Diego. As we move beyond COVID, he took a humorous look at the reasons to start traveling again. By Jon Handlery, Guest Blogger After being cooped up in the house for the past 12 months, you might be questioning, “have I been home…
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