PROI: on-the-ground knowledge of local markets.
We're international public relations companies, steeped in local culture, connected with the media and allied with influencers. PROI agencies are the leading independents in close to 100 cities in 50 countries and on five continents. You will find us in the world's capitols and business centers, from London, New York, Hong Kong, Frankfurt and Tokyo to Beijing, Brussels, Dubai, Mumbai, Paris and Sao Paolo.
PROI: close-knit personal relationships.
We have worked together for 40 years, meet at least twice a year and exchange ideas and best practices. PROI agencies choose to work together. We have mutual respect, similar work cultures and shared philosophies.
PROI: delivering seamless global results.
Our clients may deal with one of our agencies but they have the reach of many. We help clients communicate one-to-one and one-to-many, building reputations and shaping opinions. Customized programs combine geographical and business practice expertise and a broad range of services to support clients whose needs stretch across borders and continents.
PROI Worldwide Partners: business leaders and entrepreneurs.
We understand the demands facing our clients and the importance of return on investment. With combined fee billings of US$513+ million, more than 4,400 clients, and 4,000+ staff, PROI is the largest partnership of independent market-leading agencies that combine their local knowledge to deliver global results.
Crenshaw Communications: The Sprint Vs. Marathon To PR Approach
No doubt you’ve heard many a newsmaker say, “It’s not a sprint, but a marathon.” With the start of marathon season here in the Northeast, this got us thinking about how we view PR: is it a sprint, or a marathon? (Full disclosure here: as a three-time marathon finisher, I’m partial to the “marathon” approach to most... Read moreThe post The Sprint Vs. Marathon To PR Approach appeared first on Crenshaw Communications.... more »
Wellcom: Près de 80% des parents sont contre une législation sur la fessée
Faut-il interdire la fessée ? Plusieurs députés souhaitent déposer prochainement un amendement pour l’interdire. Passage obligatoire dans l’éducation des enfants ou comportement hors d’âge ? Les avis sont partagés puisque selon un récent sondage réalisé par l’observatoire « Approuver par les familles », 40% des parents déclarent donner des fessées ou des claques à leurs... more »
int/ext Communications AG: int/ext Communications recertified along CMS III with top marks
int/ext Communications recertified along CMS III with top... more »
MAGNUS Investor Relations + Corporate Communication: What’s next for the AGM?
Annual General Meeting season is almost upon us once again and if the findings of a recent report from the Governance Institute of Australia (Benchmarking Listed Company Secretarial Practice in Australia 2014) are anything to go by, it may seem as though the AGM is in terminal decline. The report found only 0.3 per... more »
Mostra: The App for chat ? a first for the Commission
In autumn 2014, ICF Mostra launches a custom-designed app for the Internal Market and Services Directorate General of the European Commission (DG MARKT) that enables the European Union to ‘chat’ – live – with its citizens and stakeholders around Europe. This software gem... more »
Jackson Spalding: Jackson Spalding Wins Eight American Graphic Design Awards
Date: Mon, 2014-09-22 Summary: Graphic Design USA Magazine honored Jackson Spalding with eight 2014 American Graphic Design Awards out of more than 10,000 entries. ATLANTA (September 30, 2014) – Graphic Design USA Magazine (GD USA), a leading national print and digital news source for creative professionals, announced Jackson Spalding as a winner of eight 2014 American Graphic Design awards. Jackson Spalding’s work was selected from more than 10,000 graphic, web, in-house and packaging design entries. read... more »
Walker Sands Communication: STUDY: Mobile Web Traffic Has Tripled Since Q4 2011; iOS Continues to Lose Market Share
Walker Sands’ Quarterly Mobile Traffic Report reveals Q4 2013 mobile traffic is up 11.6 percent since the previous quarter, with more than half coming from organic search. CHICAGO – January 28, 2014 – Visits from mobile devices accounted for 31 percent of all website traffic in Q4 2013, up 35 percent since Q4 2012, according to the Walker Sands Quarterly Mobile Traffic Report. Walker Sands, a public relations and digital agency for technology companies and startups, found that the percentage of website traffic from mobile devices continues to increase year over year. Accounting for only 12.5 percent in Q4 2011, the number of total website visits coming from mobile traffic has increased 149 percent in the last two years..... read more... more »
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