WOC launches PR workshop series starting with “PR in the Digital Age”
The PR workshop series will debut a new topic each quarter in San Diego, Orange County and Los Angeles focused on industry trends and best practices
LA JOLLA, Calif.; Nov. 15, 2018—Integrated strategic communications firm (W)right On Communications, Inc. will host “PR in the Digital Age,” a one-hour free workshop for its client partners and guests on Nov. 30 from 8 to 9 a.m. at its La Jolla office located at Suite G100, 1200 Prospect Street.
The workshop will also be presented Jan. 24 from noon to 1 p.m. at its downtown Los Angeles office, 35th floor, 555 W. 5th Street, and Feb. 20 noon to 1 p.m. in Orange County at 3200 Park Center Drive in Costa Mesa. Pre-registration is required and can be completed at: https://www.wrightoncomm.com/pr-in-the-digital-age/
Led by agency President and Founder Julie Wright, the PR in the Digital Age workshop is an introduction to integrated communications that shows how various media come together to drive results and enable measurement.
“For several years, the (W)right On team has been meeting monthly for internal presentations on best practices and new trends in communications,” said Wright. “Going forward, we’ll bring this content to our clients and others who may be interested to elevate our conversations and the industry as a whole.”
The PR workshop series is designed for small groups and intended to be interactive with actionable outcomes.
For more information or to request a workshop for your organization, contact email@example.com or (858) 886-7900.
About (W)right On Communications, Inc.
Founded in 1998 with client partners coast to coast, (W)right On Communications is an award-winning integrated strategic communications firm with offices in San Diego, Los Angeles and Vancouver, B.C. With a mission to elevate the agency experience and a mindset to get “stuff” done, (W)right On Communications serves organizations in complex and unpredictable business environments working with business innovators, hospitality and tourism pros and the not-for-profit and public sector. For more, see www.wrightoncomm.com.