Tag : Austin

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PR Pro Job Hunting? Austin Employer Looking for PR Pros?

Find HAPPO Happiness Beginning Monday, Feb. 18

Monday Evening Twitter Chat (#HAPPO) Kicks Off 2013 Nationwide Grassroots Effort to Match PR Pros with Local Jobs.

This spring, boosting a PR career (or finding great job candidates) in Austin, Texas, has gotten easier. I’ve been knighted by Minnesota digital PR superstar Arik Hanson as an Austin Champ for the re-launch of the Help a PR Pro Out (HAPPO) movement, a nationwide grassroots effort to match PR pros with local jobs.

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Social Good Summit Austin Launches Work From Home Campaign

On February 8, 2013, there’s something exciting and unique happening worth mentioning to our followers from Austin. It’s called Work From Home Day and it’s a fantastic idea that allows community participation in an environmental effort to effect real change. Anyone can do it; here’s how it works.

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Great Networking Opportunity with Entrepreneur Magazine!

PR over Coffee in Austin is proud to host Grant Davis, contributing Tech & Money Editor for Entrepreneur Magazine, in Austin on November 13, 6-8 PM at the Acton School of Business.

This one-of-a-kind meetup is an opportunity for tech startups and established businesses to come ask Grant what he and his fellow editors at Entrepreneur look for when they decide to write about new technology businesses.

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Get a first look into the crystal ball of business trends

Hey Friends and Fellow Followers: We’ve got an idea for you to help you gain an edge in your business! It’s a conference. (Wah wah, I hear the groans, cut it out. I promise . . . ) This conference is NOT your granddad’s confab!

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Your Survival Guide for SXSW 2012

Whether it’s your first time heading to South by Southwest (“South By” as it’s often referred to) or your 5th, it’s key to have a game plan in place before tackling the monstrous conference.

First, prepare yourself to run into a wide variety of South By attendees… With music, film and interactive tech enthusiasts swarming the streets, there’s no telling who you’ll spot in early March in downtown Austin. Last year over 19,000 people attended the Interactive portion alone according to CNN, an increase of 40% from 2010. Who knows what the numbers will be like this year!