Downtown PR guru earns esteemed Press Club award
POSTED NOVEMBER 8, 2018 IN SAN DIEGO DOWNTOWN NEWS Albert H. Fulcher | Editor Journalism and public relations in today’s media industry go hand in hand. With the ever-growing need for the integrity [...]
Will Foreign-Policy Changes Affect the Student-Housing Sector?
POSTED ON JULY 24, 2018 IN SOCAL REAL ESTATE MAGAZINE By Frederick W. Pierce, IV International students have become an increasingly important segment of in the United States higher-education community, totaling nearly 1.1 [...]
LAWSUITS FILED AGAINST SDG&E OVER POWERLINE EASEMENTS: ATTORNEYS SEEK OTHER IMPACTED PROPERTY OWNERS IN EAST COUNTY
POSTED ON APRIL 30, 2018 IN EAST COUNTY MAGAZINE By Miriam Raftery April 30, 2018 (San Diego’s East County) – Several property owners have filed lawsuits against SDG&E over negative impacts from the [...]
How Do Grants Differ From Loans When You’re Paying for College?
PUBLISHED IN STUDENT LOAN HERO EDITION ON MARCH 22, 2018 By Miranda Marquit According to the Institute for Higher Education Policy, even families that earn more than $100,000 per year can’t afford 59% [...]
Just Launched – Jack’s PR Bootcamp
Finally, a full or half day PR Bootcamp has been created by the Guru of PR, Jack Berkman. Tired of wanting to know why your not-for-profit organization or highly successful firm can’t seem [...]
Hidden Issues May Impact Stadium Site Redo
POSTED ON SUNDAY, MARCH 11 2018 IN SAN DIEGO BUSINESS JOURNAL By Chris Spengler San Diego — As San Diego debates what should be done with the former Chargers’ stadium site, and stakeholders [...]