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COMMUNIQUÉ has been cultivating healthy ideas for more than 35 years. By reaching key groups, like health professionals, researchers, and reporters, we can affect the healthy eating habits (and purchasing decisions) of Americans and perceptions they may hold about agriculture and food.
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One of the many services we provide at COMMUNIQUE is continuing education for health professionals. Collectively, we feel pretty good knowing that the people responsible for our health are required to take continuing education to keep their skills sharp. Though the importance of continuing education for health professionals is apparent, what about continuing education for[…]
This being a big political year, we hear it all the time: “The devil is in the details.” If you are looking for something to criticize, that might be true. If you are wanting to do good work, there is nothing devilish about it.One of the hallmarks of our firm is that we pay attention[…]
Starting a business can be a dream come true and a nightmare waiting to happen, at the same time. One given for ensuring that your dream does come true is to adopt an attitude of giving back to the community or the industry that you serve in your business. Whether that’s a neighborhood, a village,[…]
I come from an English educational background, which informs much of the way I think about communications. I’ve taught college-level English Composition for several years, and I don’t think it’s an exaggeration to say that I’ve graded more than 5,000 essays. I’m a fairly practical guy in and out of the classroom, and I don’t[…]
By looking at digital communications as a tool to enhance and grow communication skills, we can learn to appreciate the unique outlook and fresh skill set it is providing users to make them better communicators. Before social media, people were extremely limited in the exposure and interactions they could experience with people that they did[…]
Imprint publishing: Why do cows wear bells? Why did the soybean cross the road? Have you ever pondered these compelling questions? Well, you may not have thought about them, but we suspect that hundreds of children, perhaps thousands of young people, nationwide have. These are titles of two of the popular activity books that we[…]
Judging from social media posts, grammar has gone the way of cursive writing. It was important back in the day, but who needs it now? If you really want to communicate effectively, we all need it—now more than ever. The past couple of years, I have been teaching a course in PR writing at the[…]
Everyone once in a while, I hear dismay over a communications challenge. A problem may seems so big that an important advocate may consider not even participating in the discussion. For example, maybe a scientist who has spent half of his or her life researching a specific area of human health is demoralized by the[…]
When I took Introduction to Public Relations in college, I remember reading a paragraph in the required text book that said something along the lines of: “Public relations is not all about attending glamorous parties, throwing star studded events, and having celebrities on speed dial. Do not expect your day-to-day life to be equivalent[…]
Not long ago, ESPN had a show called Numbers Never Lie. The entire premise of the show drove me crazy. The hosts would throw out a statistic (a completion percentage, a contract figure, a win total, etc.) They would take opposing views and debate about the significance of that number. I’m not opposed to debating[…]