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Based in London, U.K., Koray Camgoz, MPRCA, serves as Head of Communications and Marketing for the Public Relations and Communications Association (PRCA). He is an internationally experienced, post-graduate communications specialist with an eye for news, a passion for digital and a track record of crafting impactful communications strategies that deliver business results.
On this episode of #MsInterPReted, Koray lends a wide-ranging view of how COVID-19 has impacted the UK and larger global market, and how the PRCA has undertaken fast-paced, diverse response.
As the PRCA’s full focus has shifted toward COVID-19 PR industry crisis resource-development, Koray is working with the full PRCA team (working for weeks now under the UK government’s national lockdown from home-based / remote locations) as well as volunteer senior leadership team based in locations spanning the globe, to deliver solutions and resources to its 35,000 members worldwide.
On April 2, 2020, the PRCA announced that it is providing six months of free individual membership to anyone who has lost their job in the public relations industry, or to anyone who is self-employed and has seen a significant decline in their income. The offer is open to members and non-members alike from across the globe – including the U.S. – and the PRCA says it will take the word of self-employed practitioners who claim they have suffered losses.
With offices in Knoxville and Atlanta, Fletcher Marketing PR announced today the launch of the “MsInterPReted” podcast, a new digital offering from the public relations firm to help demystify PR issues, trends and related topics for strategic communicators as well as executives in other disciplines who wish to grow their businesses or develop their organizations.
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At Fletcher, we are passionate about helping women grow and achieve. We are a group of strong women who advocate for other women as the cornerstone of our culture.
I could not be more honored to take the helm for Mary Beth West. She is not only an amazing public relations professional that I have learned much from over the years; she is also a dear and trusted friend. Mary Beth, I know I have some big high heels to fill and I’m so glad we’re going to have the opportunity to work together in a new way. You are simply the best.
When I meet people and explain that our company specializes in marketing to women, I can often see the wheels turning. The next question usually goes something like, “Oh yeah? So, you work with retailers and fashion/beauty companies?”
She’s connected, empowered, confident and tech savvy.
I had the pleasure of serving on an expert panel with four very impressive marketers at M2Moms®, the Marketing to Moms Conference in New York City last week. Moderated by Jen Shap, agency business development lead for Google, each of us pinpointed an element of building trust with millennial moms that is resonating positively in our daily work.