Thanks so much to each and every one of you that attended our July Unconference event! We had some great lightning speakers and inspired conversations – not to mention the delicious food and beverages (Thanks Mulino!).
For our new guests who attended, we look forward to welcoming you as a member of the Raleigh Public Relations Society soon! You can find more details on pricing and benefits here.
If you weren’t able to make it, we recorded a few of the inspiring and informational speaker presentations so you can catch up without too much FOMO. ?
“Smash and Mash” in Your Career – Eva Hornak, APR
The Power of Transferable Skills – Stephanie Llorente, APR
Introducing Raleigh Influencers – Chris Alupului
Pictures from the Event
A big thank you to Chris Alupului of Raleigh Influencers for capturing these great event pics!
The Apps I Shared
During my lightning talk, I shared some of my favorite digital assets for marcom pros. It’s easy to think that we all have the same “toolkit” at our disposal, but I’m always amazed at the power of sharing tech tools with industry friends who have yet to tap into some of them!
Grammarly (Like built-in spell check, only BETTER! The weekly progress reports via email are totally geeky fun, too.)
CapitalizeMyTitle.com (When you just can’t remeber what to capitalize and when.)
Animoto (For creating quick storyboard videos from photos and licensed music.)
Dark Sky (Insanely accurate local weather conditions for your events.)
Cluster (Private photo sharing app with easy printed book production.)
Yammer (Team messaging app.)
Proposa (Locally-based proposal software from an experienced agency founder.)
Google Photos (Never worry about losing your phone, and your photos, again!)
And of course… the newly revamped RPRS Awards platform!
See You Again Soon!
We had a great time hosting this event and making lots of new connections as well as enjoying some OOO (out of office) time with old pals. We look forward to seeing you at our next event. As always, you can find our line-up of events here!
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