June 4, 2020

All of us at ECPR have been distraught about the death of George Floyd and are relieved that the Minnesota Attorney General has filed murder …

May 28, 2020

Keeping it lively with our virtual event production

Events accomplish various objectives in unique ways. They remind stakeholders of your mission so they will dig deep and donate. They gather media and leaders …

May 19, 2020

Before you bring your team back, make sure your communication is optimal

As teams across Central Texas start the carefully planned transition back into their work spaces, there is a lot on the line for operations, productivity, …

April 30, 2020

We’ve been through a lot together.

By Elizabeth Christian, Chief Executive Officer of ECPR We’ve been through a lot together. Good times and bad. Triumphs and tragedies. Bounty and sacrifice. As …

April 17, 2020

Looking back, looking forward

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 …

March 25, 2020

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

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 …

March 25, 2020

Connecting with video while social distancing

The best way to reach a wide section of our community while social distancing is via video. A recent study by HubSpot shows that 54% of consumers …

March 25, 2020

Leadership and communication with staff is more important than ever

Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, businesses must shift the way they operate—often adjusting day-by-day. With social distancing and working from home as necessary precautions, this new …

March 25, 2020

We’re adapting. It’s how we connect.

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 …

March 4, 2020

Nobody likes the “grammar police” (except us)!

We all know a “grammar nerd.” I’ll confess, I’ve been a “grammar nerd” since my early days as a TV reporter. I’ve even been known …