Upcoming Business Wire Events: Killer PR Tips in Phoenix, Digital Etiquette in Charlotte, Hyperlocal Journalism in Pittsburgh

July 19, 2011

Upcoming Business Wire Events

Adapt or Vanish: Five Killer PR Tips to Stay Relevant

Hosted by Business Wire Phoenix

PR is no longer relegated to drafting press releases and bylined articles. Today, PR pros support business goals, connect and support customers, amplify demand-generation efforts and take social listening to a whole new level to move the company’s brand forward. Join Business Wire Phoenix & Cindy Kim, Director of Marketing and Social Media for JDA Software, for this session on how social business is impacting the PR world. Cindy will outline five killer strategies to help you make an impact that goes beyond just PR, based on real-world lessons. This event is free for all attendees.

Thursday, July 21 at 11:30 a.m.
SkySong
1475 N. Scottsdale Rd., Alliance Room, #365, Scottsdale, AZ 85257

To register: RSVP to Billy Russell at (480) 990-9942 or email billy.russell@businesswire.com

Minding Your Mobile Manners – Etiquette Tips for the Digital Age

Hosted by Business Wire Charlotte

Join Business Wire Charlotte for breakfast and a panel discussion with experts in the field discussing the topic: Minding Your Mobile Manners – Etiquette Tips for the Digital Age. A panel of professionals will share their experience and expertise, presenting both PR and media perspectives. Panelists include Eric Frazier, staff writer for the Charlotte Observer and Scott Hepburn, president of Media Emerging, a public relations and marketing firm. The event is free for all attendees.

Thursday, Aug. 4 at 7:30 a.m.
Dilworth Neighborhood Grille
911 E Morehead, St., Charlotte, NC 28204

To register: RSVP to Penny Sowards at 704-552-1590 or email penny.sowards@businesswire.com by Monday, Aug. 1

Hyperlocal Journalism: Latest Buzz Word or Developing Trend?

Hosted by Business Wire Cleveland [Pittsburgh Event]

There appears to be a trend toward “hyperlocal” news coverage. What does this mean, exactly? Has there been a fundamental shift toward more community news coverage? What is the best way to pitch your news to media outlets covering small local communities? Find out what hyperlocal means for PR professionals with our panel, which includes Bobby Cherry, Reporter, Sewickley Herald; Cindi Lash, Regional Editor, Western Pennsylvania, Patch.com; and Gina Puppo, Community Coordinator, Trib Total Media. This event is free for all attendees.

Wednesday, Aug. 24 at 8 a.m.
Rivers Club
One Oxford Center, 301 Grant Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15219

To register: RSVP to Matt O’Donnell at matt.odonell@businesswire.com by August 17, 2011.


Business Wire holds dozens of local events every year. We bring local media members and industry thought leaders to your market to discuss today’s most relevant topics, from trends in today’s newsrooms to writing for SEO. Events are usually free of charge to members. For more upcoming local Business Wire events or to see what’s coming up in our award-winning webinar series, visit BusinessWire.com. Follow live updates from Business Wire events on Twitter: hash tag
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