February 13, 2020

At ECPR, we LOVE what we do!

In order to fully immerse oneself in work, to consume it like a box of chocolates, you’ve really got to love it—and the people for …

February 10, 2020

Evolution of a brand

Every company should critique its brand regularly, as the marketplace and design trends change. But a small-scale refresh can be beneficial as often as every …

January 27, 2020

Public speaking doesn’t have to be an obstacle to your goals

“According to most studies, people’s number one fear is public speaking. Number two is death. Death is number two. Does that seem right? That means …

January 8, 2020

Celebrating the fastest 25 years imaginable

In some ways, 1995 seems like a million years ago, in other ways, it’s yesterday. I’m just as surprised as anyone that we’re celebrating our …

January 2, 2020

11 moments when PR helped bring Austin FC to ATX

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 …

December 30, 2019

Best of the decade

Since 1995, ECPR has been dedicated to developing and delivering measurable communication strategies that align with our clients’ objectives. In this decade alone, our firm …

August 15, 2019

Nonprofits are selfless and should remember to tell their story

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.

July 25, 2019

Humor and joy play a key role in PR culture

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

July 8, 2019

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

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.

July 1, 2019

Social media is the new form of customer service

“Let’s be careful on social media. We don’t want our customers getting in the habit of expecting a response.” Read that last sentence again. “We …