The Week in Review, Feb 10

Happy Friday everyone! It’s been a chilly week for us on the west coast with the arrival of our surprise winter storm, but we managed to make it through. As we are about to enjoy our long weekend, let’s take a look at some of the big news stories and Public Relations trends from this past week.


Vancouver and Vancouver Island have been hit by Massive Winter Storm - Schools and Roads Closed for Long Stretches

At Least 3000 BC Hydro Customers Still Without Power

BC Provincial Election Campaign Begins to Heat Up with Claims that the NDP Hacked the BC Liberal’s Website.

Victoria Named Least Affordable Housing Market of its Size

American Travel Ban is still Overturned Despite Presidential Challenge Questioning the Overruling

Strategic Marketing

Innovating Marketing Relies on Guesswork

Businesses Struggle to Develop PR Strategies for the Political Climate

Carew International Launches Social Selling Training Program for Marketing Professionals

Resolutions for a Small Business when it comes to Social Media

Why Cold Calling will always be Relevant

Business Consulting

The Rise of the Chief Culture Officer in Business

Revel Consulting Partners with Adobe to Accelerate B2B Transformation

Proven Tactics to Boost your Public Relations Strategy

SCORE Announces Plan to Help Small Business with Consulting Options

Fantastic Opportunities for Entrepreneurs who want to grow a "Green" Business"



Just a little Monday motivation. Gotta have the classics ⠀

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For all of our readers in British Columbia, we hope that everyone has a fantastic long weekend! Until next week, stay curious! 

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