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Anniversary Campaigns Worth Celebrating

June 04, 2013, 12:40pm posted by

Recent studies indicate that the average life expectancy of firms in the S&P 500 is only 15 years. It is also well documented that most small businesses fail in the first five years in operation. So it’s fair to say that if an organization makes it past these milestones, it means something – and presents the perfect opportunity to share with key stakeholders and the media how and why a company has thrived, and the scope of its broader impact. In celebration of CooperKatz’s own 17th anniversary in May of this year, we thought we’d take a moment to reflect on the advantages of developing an anniversary program and revisit some of our favorite client campaigns. 

From New Kid to Corporate “Kat”

January 30, 2012, 1:30pm posted by

I admit – I still feel like the new kid at work. But I can’t say I expected to feel quite different with just a few months of experience in the public relations industry. I am relatively new to the PR world. And I still have a lot to learn.

When I graduated last May, I viewed my public relations degree as an impressive accomplishment, the culmination of four years of hard work paying off. Finally, I reached the finish line!

Now, after a few months in the workplace, I realize that my education isn’t over; it’s really just beginning.  My degree has proven to be my ticket to learn even more.  Read on to see the three significant lessons I’ve learned since joining the CK team in September.

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