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Public Relations for the New Europe [Hardcover]

Professor Trevor Morris , Professor Simon Goldsworthy

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28 Oct 2008
'Public Relations' may be a relative newcomer in the New Europe, even if many of the techniques associated with it have long been embedded in existing cultures. What is clear is that, however recent their origins, the new PR industries across the region are now growing rapidly. The latest techniques in PR are needed not just for domestic commercial reasons, or to further public policy and political goals, but to meet new international demands.

New European markets are receiving unprecedented amounts of foreign investment and companies from the New Europe are increasingly becoming players in their own right in the global marketplace. The emergence of major new European brands will demand strong cross-border PR support. High-profile international events and activities impose demands but also create PR opportunities: for example in 2008 Slovenia became the first country from the region to hold the EU Presidency, and the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Lithuania, Latvia, Slovakia, Estonia and Bulgaria are all due to follow in the next ten years. The Eurovision Song Contest is increasingly hosted in the region – it took place in the Serbian capital Belgrade in 2008. The Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games will be held in Sochi on Russia's Black Sea coast in 2014. With their high PR content these occasions are pointers to an exciting but challenging future.

This book is an essential read for anyone interested in Public Relations in the New Europe. Combining the latest in Public Relations theory with practical guidance on how to plan and structure a PR campaign and top tips on how to undertake successful PR work, this book is also full of fascinating case histories from many parts of the New Europe.

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Trevor Morris is Visiting Professor in Public Relations at the University of Westminster,a Fellow of the PRCA and a non-executive chairman of several PR consultancies .He was formerly the CEO of Chime Public Relations, the UK's largest PR group.

In 2013 he was awarded the PRCA 'Mark Mellor' Award for Outstanding Contribution to the PR Industry

In over thirty years in the PR industry he has successfully built and sold a major PR consultancy with margins of 30%, been the CEO of the UK's largest PR group, worked for numerous major companies and organisations, been one of the three experts that reviewed communications capability at the Cabinet Office and Number 10 Downing Street and written and lectured extensively.

He is the co-author of four books:'PR Today: The Authoritative Guide to Public Relations', 'PR- a Persuasive Industry? Spin, Public Relations and the Shaping of the Modern Media', 'Public Relations for Asia' and 'Public Relations for New Europe', all published by Palgrave Macmillan.

Former colleagues range from Lord Tim Bell and David Hill (Tony Blair's Director of Communications) through to Rosie Boycott (journalist and broadcaster) and Sophie Rhys-Jones (The Countess of Wessex).


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"PR is an essential element of the free worlds marketplace of ideas and products. Morris and Goldsworthy's book is an essential read for anyone who wants to practice PR and make their case and argue their point' Mike Waterson, Chairman, World Advertising Research Center

'As an academic who teaches communications at one of the region's major universities, I strongly recommend this book for anyone who works in - or wants to work in - public relations. Morris and Goldsworthy offer clearly written advice and tips about all aspects of PR work, backed up with plenty of lively examples from all over the New Europe. An invaluable aid for practitioners and students alike' Dr Burcu Sumer, University of Ankara

"Public Relations for New Europe expertly chronicles the changing nature of public relations and the need for new skills to render it effective. Morris and Goldsworthy once again provide the essential primer to bridge the skills gap necessary to fuel a growing PR industry' Paul Taaffe, Chairman and Chief Executive of Hill& Knowlton worldwide

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An essential read for anyone interested in PR in the growing European Union. Combines latest PR theory with a practical guide on how to plan a successful PR campaign

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