Some time ago, on behalf of SunEdison, I served on the communications committee of Solar Energy Industries Association. At that time, pretty early in solar’s PPA market development, we informally discussed questions around the impact and lifecycle of solar panels. The industry knew about the upcoming wave of panels that would “age” out of efficient generation,…

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Seth Arenstein laughs when I say, “You’re the crisis insider,” pushing back that he’s simply the editor of PRNEWS’ Crisis Insider, a monthly newsletter. But, for some PR pros, Seth is synonymous with Crisis Insider and his columns at prnewsonline.com are a must-read — alternatively practical, forward-looking, and funny. Really, who else can write a…

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Eight months into work from home, video communications are more important than ever. With everyone now well-versed in virtual meetings and high-quality webcams and lighting, how do you stand out? Up-level your video communications game. We spoke with one of our video partners, Aaron Horton at Fluency Films, about new video and animation tools businesses…

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These days, education is all the buzz. Whether it’s discussing the safest time to return to in-person classes or the best online learning technology to educate students from home, school district leaders, policymakers and industry influencers everywhere are trying to keep up with today’s everchanging education trends! As we tell our clients’ stories, breaking through…

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The COVID-19 pandemic has undoubtedly accelerated a global shift to digital-first models for consumers and financial institutions alike. This has created a unique opportunity for financial technology companies (fintechs) to develop innovative technologies to meet this demand for change. The global fintech market is anticipated to grow at a compound annual growth rate of around…

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As PR and public affairs specialists, we know tech clients will be asking our advice on how to navigate a potentially new administration and a Congress that remains split between Democrats and Republicans. From our point of view, there’s no one overall effect on tech policy. We think it will differ issue by issue. Here’s…

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It’s spooky season! It’s also National Cyber Security Awareness Month, and hackers everywhere are hoping you didn’t take advantage of this month to beef up your cybersecurity, conduct new trainings and refresh your crisis plans. As experts in the fast-paced world of cybersecurity PR and communications, we know how hard it can be to effectively…

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When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, nobody would have predicted that the shift to remote work would be anything but temporary. Now workforces thrive on technology — and need cybersecurity — more than ever. From highly regulated industries like financial services and healthcare to educational institutions, your computer is the new gateway to success in the…

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