Houston... We Had A Problem Again!
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About the Event
When things go wrong, and they will, the way you prepare for and handle each stage of an unexpected crisis will dictate whether your company or client mitigates the damage or ends up ruining its reputation.
The Greater CT Chapter of PRSA invites members and non-members to attend How to Be Prepared for the Unexpected 2.0, a follow up to the popular Fall 2018 professional development program of the same name. Led by longtime PRSA member Andrea Obston, owner of Andrea Obston Marketing Communications, LLC and Adjunct Professor of Public Relations at Quinnipiac University, this program will run participants through an interactive 90-minute tabletop exercise designed to simulate a real life public relations crisis scenario. Your attendance at the previous program is not required or necessary.
A “Dutch treat” lunch is being organized for participants who pre-register.
- PRSA Members$40$400$0
- Non-PRSA Members$50$500$0
PRSA Antitrust Compliance Statement
PRSA’s policy is to comply with federal and state antitrust laws. Participants in PRSA meetings and programs are not to discuss industry-wide or individual company prices (current or projected) or matters relating to pricing such as costs, profits, wages, market allocation, or other competitively sensitive information. Compliance with the antitrust laws is a requirement for PRSA membership and responsibility for compliance rests with each member. Participants have an obligation to terminate any discussion, seek legal counsel’s advice, or, if necessary, terminate any meeting if the discussion might be construed to raise antitrust risks.