Virtually impeccable: Best practices, creative approaches helped us hire up

April 21, 2021

What a different experience it is to interview people virtually! You don’t get to shake their hand to gauge that telltale sign of confidence. You …


The improbable goals mean the most

April 20, 2021

April 17, 2021, was a day many in the Austin community had been waiting on for years. It’s a day I knew would happen and …


Three big communication lessons from 2020

December 17, 2020

This past year—the 25th for ECPR—has taught the world myriad lessons about life, information, community, business and ourselves. The pandemic broke a lot of things …


Looking back, looking forward

April 17, 2020

By Meg Meo When my retirement was announced earlier this year, little did I know how our world would change by now. COVID-19 has turned …


Social togetherness: Four ways to put your social media to work

March 25, 2020

In a time of rapid change and uncertainty, people gather information any way they can. And, in an era when social media rules, your customers …


We’re adapting. It’s how we connect.

March 25, 2020

This is undoubtedly a moment unlike we’ve ever seen. That said, we’ve weathered other big challenges alongside the Texas business community, and we will come …


11 moments when PR helped bring Austin FC to ATX

January 2, 2020

As I look back on the last 2 1/2 years, it’s incredible to see how our local campaign to bring Major League Soccer to Austin …


Nonprofits are selfless and should remember to tell their story

August 15, 2019

National Nonprofit Day is August 17, a time to recognize not only the nonprofit primary altruistic goals (research, aid, service) but also acknowledge the positive impact on our communities.


Humor and joy play a key role in PR culture

July 25, 2019

Embracing humor and joy in the workplace will make you a happier person, and perhaps you’ll live longer.


Social media can be the best tool you have in a crisis

July 8, 2019

The next time a crisis strikes, it might seem like the safe solution is to stay quiet or say as little as possible. But social media never sleeps.