April 10th, 2014 by ChrisOlsen
The day before he was to be introduced as the next Vancouver Canucks president of hockey operations, Trevor Linden says he was put in an impossible situation during a live TV interview.
April 4th, 2014 by MalkaAujla
For many of us, editing and proofreading go hand in hand. It’s true both tools are essentially used to improve your written work, but each tool has different purposes which, when used separately, can improve your writing in more ways than one.
March 28th, 2014 by MichaelLowry
Between late 2011 and the Fall of 2013, one of the internet’s great mysteries was what, or who, was behind @Horse_ebooks. The Twitter account read like a spambot created to drive traffic to an ecommerce site selling self-help books. Twitter bots are often programmed to grab snippets of text from various online sources and post them on their stream to mimic human tweets. (Spambots currently generate 24 per cent of all posts on Twitter and there are 15 million bot accounts on Facebook.)
March 21st, 2014 by SaraMcCormick
This week we were excited to learn we made the finalist list for Ragan’s 2013 Employee Internal Communications Awards. Peak was one of five finalist companies selected under the “Best Health/Fitness Program” category for our innovative health and fitness month that took place in October 2013.
March 17th, 2014 by AlynEdwards
Peak Communicators is partnering with the Kelowna Chamber of Commerce to host two half-day seminars on building, enhancing and protecting your reputation through strong communications initiatives.
March 14th, 2014 by SophieTupper
Customers are more empowered today than ever before as the accessibility, immediacy and globalized nature of social media infrastructure prevails.. If your customers are dissatisfied in any capacity, you better believe that your “shortcomings” will appear in the Twitterverse, Blogosphere and Facebookontinent. It truly is a small e-world, after all.
March 7th, 2014 by CharlotteSherry
Tomorrow, March 8th 2014, marks International Women’s Day, a great time to look at how women in Canada are doing in the PR industry.
March 3rd, 2014 by AmandaMunro
Do you work for a company with great story to tell, but doesn’t have the know-how to share it? You aren’t alone. Most company executives are inundated with more day-to-day priorities than they can handle already – leaving little-to-no time to consider how they look from a public’s perspective. The companies that have already realized they need PR are probably your biggest competitors.
February 19th, 2014 by StephanieOrford
Science can be difficult to understand — at least that’s what people often think. Though many of the world’s most groundbreaking changes come from the fields of science and technology, these stories can be the most difficult to tell.
January 31st, 2014 by AlynEdwards
Peak Communicators was recently engaged by a well-established successful Canadian-based company selling internationally. The management group was in a quandary: they no longer knew who they were and where they fit in the marketplace. The capable managers felt the company’s culture had gone flat, its messages were out of date and they were drifting.