Thanksgiving is the perfect time to reflect on who or what matters most to you. Red Shoes PR certainly has plenty to be thankful for this year and every year, all of which includes: Our clients – Some of you
Last week in Inc. magazine, Yahoo! CEO (and Wisconsin native) Marissa Mayer talked about the importance of keeping the mindset of a start-up in business. “It will sound strange, but we think of ourselves as the world’s largest start-up,” Mayer
Last week our fearless leader Lisa presented to a group of young professionals on what it takes to be a CEO, and the lessons she’s learned along the way. One of those lessons was to take risks and get out
Check it out! Our client, Faith Technologies, was highlighted on Fox & Friends today. The morning show’s ‘On the Job Hunt’ segment mentioned the technical and specialty systems contractor’s search to fill 350 jobs. Take a look here!
We tend to get questions about what exactly public relations is. There is often confusion between PR and advertising since the goal of both specialties is the same. However, the two are separate and very different. What does a PR
Red Shoes PR, Inc., a woman-owned public relations agency in northeast Wisconsin, recently celebrated five years in business. Much has happened since the launch of the company in 2008 including steady growth in a variety of areas such as number
Red Shoes PR, Inc. has made it to the five year mark – what an accomplishment! I for one am thrilled to be part of its story and can’t wait to see what the future holds. My favorite thing about
Downsizing, layoffs, pay cuts, benefit changes, restructuring or bad reviews. No matter what the difficult news is or the reason for delivering it, there are certain considerations that must be made in these situations. Here are some tips for senior
Congratulations to our client Catalpa Health for receiving The Post-Crescent‘s Partnership award as part of its 2013 Annual Report! See more here.
“If you lose money for the firm, I will be very understanding. If you lose reputation for the firm, I will be ruthless.” -Warren Buffett Whether announcing company news or dealing with a crisis, someone from your company will inevitably