Clean Green PR on Scene – Iceland Leads World

This week I attended a Clean Energy conference in Reno put together by the Geothermal Energy Association. Looking for new investment opportunities and Green clients I received an excellent education to supplement previous events on environmental sustainability. My attitudes from the Green PR perspective influenced what I heard – but, I really am positive about the global movement towards “sustainability”, “social responsibility”, and cleaning up our air, water, and land.  Continue Reading →

Back in the PR Day with Eric Schmidt of Google Fame

From 1998 until he left for the CEO position with a little no-name company called Google, I served on the Novell PR team under then Novell CEO Eric Schmidt. Well, we all know what he’s done for Google’s “mission is to organize the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful.” Although the Schmidt magic did not quite have the same effect on Novell, the company enjoyed great prosperity under this visionary.  Continue Reading →

Top Ten Reasons Why PR Doesn't Work – Tips for Boardroom PR

I really relate to the following list so well written by Margie Zable Fisher who runs theprsite.com. CEO’s and Marketing VP’s seeking to bring PR into the boardroom would do well to review this list and understand the implications. Unmet expectations are many times the result of lack of education up front. This list is a good reminder to talk through these issues with a PR professional before investing is public relations. Continue Reading →

Corporate Leadership…These are the Champions

This past week I was in Orlando for the Certiport PATHWAYS conference. While Doug Anderson oversaw some lighter moments around the conference, I would mention some thoughts on why this annual event is helping change the world. Certiport CEO David Saedi has a dream of helping millions of people isolated by a global digital skills gap that stops individuals and communities from competing effectively in ...

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Entrepreneurs Stand Up and Be Recognized

Today I had the privilege of participating in the UVEF “Top 25 Under Five” awards luncheon hosted by Novell. Recognizing the top startups less than five years of age, this event was a potpourri of widely diverse businesses. Governor Hunstman gave videotaped kudos to winners and Sam Penrod of KSL was guest MC. Huntsman gave the small business owners and entrepreneurs in the state much of the credit for creating 100,000+ jobs ...

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