APRA to hold 29th Annual Conference in Morocco

The 29th edition of the annual African Public Relations Association (APRA) conference themed “Competitive Africa: Effective Positioning through Integrated Communications” is set to hold in Casablanca, Morocco from the 10th to 12th May, 2017. The Annual Conference which attracts professionals in advertising, brand management, broadcast journalism, publishing, film-making, print journalism,…

2nd Edition of Women in PR Summit to be held on July 7, 2018
The second edition of Women in PR Summit will be held on Saturday July 7 at the Oak Plaza Hotel in Accra. The event is an annual event which is aimed at convening women PR practitioners, students as well as women in media and communications who seek to share... Read more
Living It: Spotlight on PR Woman Cassandra Twum Ampofo
Cassandra Twum Ampofo is the Head, Public Relations Unit at the Ghana Education Service. Describe your job in one sentence As the Head of Public Relations for Ghana Education Service, I serve as link between the  Service and its diverse stakeholders in terms of information flow. This is to... Read more
Living It: Spotlight on PR Woman  Nadia Takyiwaa-Mensah
Nadia Takyiwaa-Mensah is the CEO & Head of Marketing at Sixth Sense Manifesto and the CEO of Sai Wine and Champagne Café. How did you get into Public Relations/communications; how long has that been? I studied Media, Culture and Communications at Greenwich University London, afterwards I did a course... Read more
The Role of Corporate Communication in Managing a CEO
Communicating effectively has become a necessity for most organisations and business executives, especially in a digital epoch where every action and word of an individual or company is instantly exposed to public scrutiny, criticism and global circulation. Indeed, Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, through its online business... Read more
My First Week in a PR Role… 10 Tips To Succeed in Corporate Communication
The year 2017 was an interesting year for most companies with regards to corporate communication. New trends emerged as communication professionals worked around the clock to prudently manage their firm’s reputation and ensure that their stakeholders connect emotionally to their brands. However, for other brands, 2017 wasn’t all joyous... Read more
“…Everything Else is Public Relations”
“… everything else is public relations.” – George Orwell. I first came across this statement when I was in my third year studying Public relations at Jayee University. I did not understand the meaning of that statement until I started practicing as freelance PR personnel. I practically had to... Read more
Commonwealth Africa appoints Chris Koney as Head of Communications
The Royal Commonwealth Society (RCS) Africa has appointed media and public relations (PR) strategist, Jonathan Christopher Koney (popularly known as Chris Koney), as the Head of Communications of the Society, the oldest and largest civil society organisation devoted to promoting the Commonwealth values of democracy, good governance, rule of... Read more
6 Most Influential Women in PR Ghana in 2017
2017 has been an amazing year and without a doubt we want to recognize some Women in PR in Ghana who have served as an inspiration to many young ones both students and professionals. We appreciate the efforts they continue to put not just in their personal image which... Read more
IPR Ghana holds 6th PR and Communications Excellence Awards
The 6th PR and Communications Excellence Awards for 2016 was held last Friday at the Wan-Shi Gardens in Asylum Down. This year’s event themed “Deriving Value from Values” had Mr. Paul Asare Ansah, Director General of Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority as the Guest Speaker. In his speech at... Read more
Living It: Spotlight on PR Woman Edna Kankam
Edna Kankam is the Communications Manager at Total Petroleum Ghana Limited Describe your job in one sentence I manage the Corporate Communications of Total Petroleum Ghana Ltd. and it is a fulfilling role of interacting with stakeholders and publics on our objectives and activities. How did you get into... Read more