Here's what's going on in the world of PRgloo
PRgloo has given local authority comms teams the tools they need to keep communicating throughout lockdown, no matter where their PR teams are located.
We all need a giggle from time to time. Here's our take on the pandemic's changes to the working environment and how PRgloo can help.
PRgloo: You may have heard our name. You may have met us at APCOM. You may have had a conversation with one of us or know someone who uses the platform. Either way we've been listening, understanding and responding to the needs of your specific industry. And we think you may want to take another look.
If you work in communications, we're here to help you tell your story. Whether you use PR agencies or in-house teams, whether you're all about the proactive or drowning in the reactive (or somewhere in between) our all in one software can help simplify things and enable teams to keep focus.
We all have a voice. But for it to have any impact, first, it has to be heard
Lockdown, post lockdown, lockdown easing, regional lockdown, second phase lockdown - whatever the phase of the pandemic the one constant has been the need for good communications and messaging.
This is the first in a series of updates regarding our contacts database: an ever evolving and improving beast. Today we want to tell you about the work we have done on property and construction journalists. We've created more targeted subjects for you to select allowing you to really tailor the audience you send your releases to.
At PRgloo we're doing our bit to make sure our Newsrooms meet W3C WCAG2.1 AA compliance. However it takes two to tango (accessibility wise)!
With multiple stakeholders, large internal communications requirements and 24/7 media and crisis communications needs, our transport clients are looking for a fast and reliable system to manage their communications needs.
When it comes to providing emergency services professionals with the communications tools to help handle a crisis, PRgloo has got you covered.
At PRgloo we're doing our bit to make sure your Express Newsroom meets W3C WCAG2.1 AA compliance and therefore helps you to meet public sector accessibility standards. However it takes two to tango (accessibility wise)!