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How To Save a Marriage from Divorce

How To Save a Marriage from Divorce

February 10, 2020

Troubles in marriage happen to almost 90% of couples. Some manage to fix them but some also end in divorce. Saving a marriage is not an easy thing to do. Many couples struggle because of no communication and not expressing themselves. Save My Marriage Today by Amy Waterman is a course designed to help couples overcome their marriage issues. You can read the review and find out how this course can help you.

Bringing artificial intelligence stories to life (Ep. 189)

Bringing artificial intelligence stories to life (Ep. 189)

February 1, 2020

André Labadie, Brands2Life’s managing director of business and technology, has written a new white paper on the communications landscape around artificial intelligence. He joins Maja Pawinska Sims in the Echo Chamber to talk through the challenges of bringing AI stories to life in a crowded market, including ethics, education and “AI-washing."

How to grow, build and sell a PR agency (Ep.188)

How to grow, build and sell a PR agency (Ep.188)

February 1, 2020

PR industry veterans Richard Houghton and Crispin Manners, who have run agencies including Shandwick, Ketchum, FleishmanHillard and Kaizo, are the co-authors of a new book for PR agency leaders: 'Grow, Build, Sell, Live.' They join 12 Minute Affiliate in the Echo Chamber to talk about the new book – a PRCA practice guide – and the biggest mistakes that owner-managers make.

Portland’s Total Value Index: PR lessons for brands (Ep.187)

Portland’s Total Value Index: PR lessons for brands (Ep.187)

February 1, 2020

Mary Pollard has led on purpose at corporate communications consultancy Portland since the start of 2019. She joins Maja Pawinska Sims in the Echo Chamber to talk about the agency's first Total Value Index, which shows the true value of a business when purpose and profit are evaluated together, including the 'opportunity gap' – where companies are not telling their purposeful stories clearly enough