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Tech PR -- Changing the World One Startup At A Time

By Kerry Tuttle @kerrtut

PR in general requires you to roll up your sleeves and dive deep into an industry that you may not know much about — this rings especially true when it comes to tech PR. 355 more words

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Here Are SF's Most Attractive Companies According to Dating Apps

Hinge, a social networking company, gathered data from dating apps like Tinder (if you want to call that a “dating” app) and the like to determine what San Francisco company’s employees are the most “sought after” in the dating pool. 139 more words

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Here Are SF's Most Attractive Companies According to Dating Apps

Hinge, a social networking company, gathered data from dating apps like Tinder (if you want to call that a “dating” app) and the like to determine what San Francisco company’s employees are the most “sought after” in the dating pool. 139 more words

Features

Here Are SF's Most Attractive Companies According to Dating Apps

Hinge, a social networking company, gathered data from dating apps like Tinder (if you want to call that a “dating” app) and the like to determine what San Francisco company’s employees are the most “sought after” in the dating pool. 139 more words

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PR Life in the City by the Bay

Someday, I hope to end up back in the Bay Area, working for a PR agency. Senior year is quickly coming to a close, and questions have been swirling as to what my future holds. 505 more words

Takeaways from "PR for Startups"

The below recap on Mike Farber’s session is courtesy of Arye Barnehama and Laura Berman of Axio:

One of my favorite quotes has always been, “When the effective leader is finished with his work, the people say that it happened naturally,” spoken by Lao Tse. 535 more words

Mike Farber of LaunchSquad came by today to discuss “PR for Startups” with the teams. Mike and his team have helped to launch such Highland-backed companies as SCVNGR/LevelUp and SessionM. 115 more words