While 2017 was certainly an interesting year, here at Lexa PR we’re looking forward to what 2018 will bring. More press hits? More time to stop and smell the roses? The gals at Lexa PR reflect on what they hope to accomplish in the coming year.
Need some holiday shopping inspiration? We’ve rounded up our favorites and we think we have something for every person on your list!
The Passport Program encourages locals and visitors alike to explore different cities and regions via 2-for-1 craft beverages. The program’s various seasonal programs feature pocket-sized field guides that are designed to spark adventure.
When it comes to public relations, you have to be on your game at all times. We are in a constant state of communication; when we’re not announcing new releases, product launches and events, we’re following up to make sure that journalists have all of the information that they need. When we’re not following up, we’re pitching potential story ideas, and participating in social listening to find areas of opportunity. At Lexa PR, we believe in practicing self-care in order to bring your best self to work. Here are 5 things you can do to make sure you’re bringing your A game to work.
The Great American Beer Festival (GABF) is less than a month away, and that means breweries around the country are gearing up to head to Denver, drink some beers, and throw some epic parties. For breweries that are hosting events outside of the convention center, how do you break through all of the clutter and make sure your events are seen?
As busy professionals, every moment of our lives is filled with action. We fill up our days with meetings, workouts, and social obligations; it’s no wonder that one can easily feel depleted or uninspired by the end of the day. That’s why listening to podcasts are such a great idea—you to get unplug and learn from people smarter than yourself. Often times host have influencers and thought leaders who have been there and done that. Their experiences can provide moments of self-reflection, helping to make sure you don’t make the same mistakes or at least not too often.