How to Compete for Corporate Reputation | Cara Good | remarx

How to Compete for Corporate Reputation | cara good | remarx: "How to Compete for Corporate Reputation

Posted on | August 24, 2008 | Cara Good shares trends in communications and insights gathered as a public relations executive and social entrepreneur.

"Many of you know that I am a founding director of the Technology Leadership Political Action Committee, a bipartisan organization that will increase participation among Southern California’s high-tech community to impact public policy issues vital to economic growth and quality of life in our region. In my work with tech companies, I’ve seen first-hand how companies that set aside the time and funds to build their corporate reputation through public relations and government advocacy accelerate faster than those that don’t. In my new blog entry on the TLPAC site, I talk about how to compete for corporate reputation by garnering government support in doing business. I’d love to get your comments and hear your stories about your company’s own political advocacy work. Go to http://www.tlpac.com/?page_id=9."

  • Technology Leadership Political Action Committee
  • Southern California’s high-tech community
  • To impact public policy issues vital to economic growth and quality of life in our region
  • How to use time and funds to build their corporate reputation through PR and government advocacy
  • Cara Good is entrepreneur, author, speaker
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