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Work Culture – The Often Overlooked Element In Job Searches

Looking back to when I was a fresh graduate looking for a job three years ago, work culture was not a factor that ranked highly in my wish list. 791 more words

Top Talent

Media, Trust and Diversity – A Lot More to Do

After a year of everything from fake news to equal pay and #MeToo, is it too late to restore trust in the media? That was the topic up for discussion at the Media Trust panel event, a communications charity championing the power of the media to change lives for the better, held to mark International Women’s Day. 535 more words

Media Relations

Happy International Women's Day

Today at Eskenzi HQ there was cake- we had our own ‘International Women’s Day’ celebration, and joined millions of others around the world recognising the need for gender parity. 349 more words

Women: continuing to ‘make noise’ 100 years on

On the 6th of February 1918 the Representation of the People Act enabled (some) women to vote for the first time and paved the way for universal suffrage just 10 years later. 436 more words


Women in PR Today

I never really considered myself a feminist. That’s ironic, I know, considering that I am female and I do in fact support equality between genders. But before this year, I never felt compelled to get involved with the argument. 525 more words

The next generation of women in PR: Embrace change, distinguish yourself and go digital

By: Michael Bruce

Though there are no available statistics, let’s be honest, public relations is a profession dominated by women in Ghana. They are found at multinational and indigenous firms across the country. 789 more words

Public Relations


Women in PR Ghana Seminar is an event organised by E’April Public Relations in partnership with the Institute of Public Relations Ghana, sponsored by Voltic Ghana, L’Oréal Ghana as well as a partnership with African University College of Communications (AUCC), Webster University Ghana Campus, Business and Financial Times, Daily PR Africa, Shotbyese and George Britton. 202 more words

MMPR Focus