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Public Relations: Where you never stop learning

By James Watkins “Airport performance is evaluated by departure data, while airlines are judged by on-time arrivals… Coordinated Care Organizations (CCOs) will use Medicaid as a pilot program but expand to accommodate a larger population if the transition from the Fee-for-Service model is...

Pack Your Bags, Not The Wine

In the short span of three months, Vox successfully moved two offices during the past year. While our staff and clients are thrilled with our bright new offices in Eugene and Portland and we’ve enjoyed getting to know new neighbors and finding new favorite local coffee shops, we also collectively sigh in...

Old PR dog learning new tricks

By Dan Pearson Just when you thought you knew the PR business, along comes social media to complicate things. “Oh, but there are millennials who know all about that,” says one of my 50-something PR colleagues. “We do the strategy and messaging. They do the blogging.” Wrong. Our little...

What They Didn’t Tell You about Public Relations in School

By Adrienne Webb For more than a year, I’ve worked at Vox Public Relations Public Affairs/The Ulum Group. In that time, I’ve learned a thing or two about the public relations industry – many of those lessons aren’t ones I found in my books while studying public relations as an undergraduate. When I...

What Running 100 Miles Can Teach You About Being a Communications Professional

By Lewis Taylor Have you ever found yourself applying lessons from a hobby or pastime to your job? For me, ultrarunning – running distances beyond 26.2-miles – is an activity that has taught me a lot about myself and made me a better professional. For one, I’m tougher and more willing to take the...