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Take advantage of Membership Month!
CPRS
Already a CPRS member? Make sure your professional colleagues don't miss out on the benefits of membership that you enjoy. When they take advantage of March Membership Month, you will both reap the rewards. One lucky new member will win a complimentary registration for the Canadian Public Relations Conference in Montreal, Engagement + Impact. Additionally, every new member will receive a complimentary subscription to PRSA's Public Relations Tactics magazine. For every new member referred to CPRS by a current member, they will receive a $100 credit that may be applied toward national programs and benefits. Learn how you can earn up to $800 in credits with the Member Referral Program.
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CPRS Member Benefit: Save by shipping with UPS
CPRS
Save time and money in 2015 with the UPS Members Benefit Program for Canadian Public Relations Society members. With this program, you can ship from the comfort of your office or home — simply process your shipping label online, stick it on your document or package and schedule a pickup from a UPS driver. Automatic Daily Pickup and UPS On-Call Pickup are FREE. Best of all, you can save 30 per cent on outgoing shipments and more.
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National Conference Early Bird Rate ends March 15!
CPRS
Attention CPRS members: this week is your last chance to take advantage of the Engagement + Impact 2015 Early Bird Rate. This special rate is only available to members of the Society, so if you plan on joining other Canadian public relations professionals in Montreal, register now to ensure your $200 worth of savings before the regular rate starts on Monday, March 16. View the Conference at a Glance to see how the three-day event will unfold.
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Le tarif d'inscription hâtive à la Conférence nationale de la SCRP prend fin le 15 mars!
SCRP
Attention, membres de la SCRP : Cette semaine, c'est votre dernière chance de profiter du tarif d’inscription hâtive à la conférence Engagement + Impact 2015. Ce tarif spécial est réservé aux membres de la Société, alors si vous songez à vous joindre à d'autres professionnels des relations publiques à Montréal, inscrivez-vous dès maintenant afin de profiter d'une économie de 200 $, avant que le taux régulier n'entre en vigueur ce lundi 16 mars. Visionnez le programme de la Conférence afin de connaître le déroulement des trois journées.
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Consider running for the CPRS National Board of Directors
CPRS
The 2015 CPRS Nominating Committee is looking for strong and enthusiastic public relations professionals to lead our National Society. We need individuals from across Canada to serve three-year terms as members of the CPRS Board of Directors. There will be four Director positions available on the Board for election. The deadline for filing the nominating form/candidacy profile is Wednesday, March 25, 2015 at Midnight, Eastern Time.
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Candidatures à l'élection au Conseil d'administration national
SCRP
Le Comité des nominations 2015 de la SCRP est à la recherche des professionnels en relations publiques capables et enthousiastes afin de diriger les destinées de la Société nationale. Nous avons besoin de personnes de partout au Canada pour un mandat de trois ans au sein de notre Conseil d'administration national. Quatre postes d'administrateurs seront à combler lors de l'élection. La date limite pour soumettre le formulaire de mise en nomination et le profil de candidat est le mercredi 25 mars 2015 à minuit, heure de l'Est.
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Submit original Canadian public relations research to CPRS National
CPRS
If you are a public relations scholar, educator, public relations graduate student or a public relations professional who meets the Society's criteria for advancing the profession of public relations, share your PR research with CPRS! Research abstracts for original papers, written in English or French, will be peer reviewed and those accepted will be scheduled for presentation during Engagement + Impact, the Canadian Public Relations Conference in Montreal May 31 – June 2. Learn more on the conference website.
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CPRS Career File: For recruiters and candidates
CPRS
Whether you are recruiting or job hunting, the Career File Web site has been designed to service Canada's public relations and communications industry from coast to coast in both official languages.
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Crowdfunding gets restaurant owner in hot water with Ontario Securities Commission
Metro News
As the owner of a bustling Queen St. W. restaurant, Andres Marquez is used to juggling difficult phone calls and a variety of problems. But when the Ontario Securities Commission called last month, things turned pretty loco for the Mexico City expat.

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Find PR opportunities across Canada
CPRS
With new positions added on a weekly basis, it's easy to see why the CPRS Career File is the most viewed web page on the CPRS website. Look online to view available positions in locations across the country.

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How to explain PR to your friends
Business 2 Community
I build comprehensive PR plans. I crunch website analytics numbers. I develop creative initiatives to engage consumers across legacy and digital platforms. But ask any person on the street what public relations is, and nine times out of 10 you'll get some form of party planning or spin (or just complete confusion).

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12 useless public relations terms
Forbes
It's time to think outside the box as we cross platform some thought leadership as we workshop our emotional intelligence into a next-generation digital strategy. Confused? You should be. These are some of the baloney B.S. terms pushed around by public relations professionals who like to seem well-informed.
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Public relations sure looks like it's coming into its own
Gulf News
If knowledge is power, then imagine how powerful the one who possesses unfettered and instant access to filtered and relevant data of unprecedented volumes can be. Which makes data analytics today's coveted holy grail for corporations with the desire to effectively engage with their existing and potential customer base.
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3 reasons why the future of public relations is red hot
Business 2 Community
We are entering a golden age of PR for those professionals bold enough and smart enough to embrace it. Here are three essential new areas of activity that could re-define the future of public relations.
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Samsung just launched an innovative new product, but in PR terms it's Apple that still has the edge
Forbes
Market disruption and company culture are the two most talked about ingredients in a successful start-up, and the requirement to constantly pivot and innovate is nowhere more obvious than in the fields of tech and communications. So it's interesting to note that the two flagship innovative companies of the past couple of decades in these fields, Apple and Samsung, who have between them created products so similar that each stand accused by the other of imitating their design and operating systems, seem to have such radically different outlooks on life; or so their PR departments seem to be telling us.
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The email marketing landscape of 2015
iMedia Connection
Email marketers face numerous challenges, many of which are different today than they have been in past years. Let's take a look at a broad overview of the email marketing world in 2015, based on a recent Relevancy Group survey of email marketing executives, as well as hot areas in which email marketers intend to focus their energy.
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Millennials, mobile channels and the future of financial marketing
The Financial Brand
An international study of millennial attitudes towards banking and online banking services points towards the important changes banks and credit unions must make when targeting this critical consumer segment.
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