PR Next

Monthly eZine for PR Professionals

PR Next June, 2009

Posted by prnext on June 17, 2009

PR Next June 2009

Dear Friends,

We proudly present to you the June issue of PR Next, the favourite eZine on your chosen profession. With this third issue of PR Next we bring to you highly valuable insights from some of the experienced professionals in the industry.

Going forward we promise to add immense value to your very own eZine with every new issue.

Along with the insightful thoughts from our regular columnists Amit Bapna, Richa Seth and Anuradha Kelkar, we have lined up some interesting interviews. Siva Ramamoorthy, Group Director Marketing, Tejas Networks in an exclusive interview with Anusuya Mitra talks about the importance of PR in the marketing mix. Ex Editor of Mid-Day Shishir Joshi talks to Vibhuti Agarwal about his opinion of PR professionals and industry in general.

We have also started a new column on Account Wins, this gives a short brief of accounts wins by PR agencies. This is important for each one of us to understand the movement of clients from one agency to another. I request all agencies professionals to send me releases on all account wins of your respective agencies on

In our next issue we will get you some dope on what happened in Cannes with regards to Public Relations debut in Cannes Lions International Advertising Festival. Once again I am calling all members of IPRF to come ahead and contribute in bringing up this monthly eZine. I request you all to not only share ideas but also share how we could make these ideas work by taking ownership of making them work.

Best Regards

Vikram Kharvi
PR Next


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