As we slowly get past the hurdle of the first months of the new year, the itch to begin planning trips away from work and away from our regular schedule begins to settle in.
But with resolutions to eat better and stay home a little more often, Blue Door is sharing some of its favourite spots for a Toronto staycation.
Ho ho ho and a bunch of sales. The holidays are here and it's time to make sure you are capitalizing on heightened consumer spending!
Is your online store prepared?
For the first time, 54% of U.S. consumers said they would do their holiday shopping online resulting in Black Friday shopping at brick-and-mortar stores to drop by 6%.
There are many differing opinions today on the value of a news release.
Some even say they’re obsolete, done in by technology. Don’t believe everything you hear. As an agency, you still have to get the message out for your clients, especially when you have some great news to share. And if and when trouble comes up, it’s best to stay on top of the story and shape the narrative.
There’s a right way to do it, of course.
This fall, Blue Door had the privilege of working with the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) for the second consecutive year. Our work with TIFF included our role as the PR agency for Tequila Tromba (Official Tequila of TIFF) and Vieni Estates (Official Sparkling Wine of TIFF).
Whether you’re a restaurant, hotel, cannabis company, or lemonade stand, every business is turning to digital solutions to help generate awareness and increase revenue.
With 2020 fast approaching, we're paying close attention to emerging trends and asking ourselves some critical questions. What can we learn from 2019? How can we take these learnings and apply them to offer more value to our clients? How can we improve our processes, and what services should we expand on, or remove?
As we look to answer some of these questions, we examine what 2020 will have in store for the public relations industry. Here are 5 trends we’re expecting to see in PR as we move towards 2020: