At Outsource to Us, we believe that CSR is about much more than donating money. Businesses have the power to create opportunities for those in need, be it by mentoring a new business owner, employing someone with a disability, or joining a club that uses members’ skills and connections to create positive change. On August 22nd, we are facilitating an event that will give businesses an opportunity to network with remarkable people and to learn some meaningful ways to practice CSR beyond simply writing a cheque to a charity.
No matter what size or style your upcoming event may be – whether it be a product launch, board meeting or end of year Christmas Function, all corporate events require supreme organisation, creativity and a high level of attention to detail. Events are a great way for businesses to share key messages with an engaged audience, while increasing brand awareness and profile. Outsource to Us have been helping their clients plan and run corporate events since their inception in 2011, and so have compiled a list of a few key tips on how run a successful corporate event
Traditional PR is still the best way to share your news with the media. And it’s easier than you think. We’ve compiled 10 tips to make sure your media release, media alert or story pitch stands out.
Public Relations, or PR is excellent for establishing credibility, especially if you are a growing business or new venture. By coupling PR (possibly with advertising down the track), you can achieve excellent levels for brand awareness and recognition without having to spend a fortune.
One of the most powerful aspects of PR is media relations. Effective communication with people in the media can help you obtain editorial coverage for your business or product.
Instagram, the popular photo-sharing app is making it easier for you to experiment with your photos using Layout. This is Instagram’s complimentary app for photo editing and comes up against other Apps in the market that Instagrammers have already been using.
“Audit”…the very word, when it comes after “tax”, strikes fear into the hearts of most people, but when applied to your company’s brand, it could be just the groundwork you need to enjoy a stellar year.
Sponsorship is about paying a cash amount or providing services free of charge to align yourself with either individuals, teams, groups, organisations, functions or events.
A media release is a way to inform the media of your news item. It should provide useful information about your company, products, service or event. It isn’t an advertisement so it must not sound like one.