Whether you’re already back in business or are still solidifying plans to open doors again, the way you communicate to your customers and operate amid the coronavirus pandemic will shape the success of your business.
With Father’s Day quickly approaching and graduation season upon us, HAPPY founder Emily Richett is sharing some great HAPPY Deals to make the season extra special, even if Father’s Day or graduation plans have to look a bit different this year.
At HAPPY PR, we’re passionate about promoting B2C brands with powerful missions and impactful messages, and it’s always a bonus if they promote health and HAPPYness.
That’s why we were thrilled to work with Girlpalooza, a non-toxic beauty brand that empowers girls to believe in and be good to themselves.
With many small businesses and entrepreneurs making a significant shift to offer their products and services online, HAPPY founder Emily Richett decided to address some of the challenges of doing so in a recent episode of her podcast, The Amplify Show.
Mother’s Day will look a lot different this year, but that doesn’t mean it can’t be just as special!
For those who live around West Michigan where our HQ is located (in Grand Rapids), there are some incredible local options that can help you make your mom feel loved, while supporting small, local businesses at the same time.
While kids around the country are at home due to COVID-19, we know it’s a lot for parents to work, find fun activities for kids, and try to keep their sanity – all at once.
People around the country are staying home to do their part to reduce the spread of COVID-19 which means for many of us, feelings of boredom, restlessness, and anxiety can start to take over. Now, more than ever, people are looking to find fun things to do during quarantine, keep homes clean and sanitary, and practice better self-care.
HAPPY PR is a small but powerful team, and we’re used to having 6-7 of us working together in an open office setting and collaborating often. We normally get to visit with some clients, contractors, and our vendors face-to-face.
Luckily, our entire communication cadence and operations were set-up to work remotely.
Between flu season and constant news updates about the quickly spreading Coronavirus, staying healthy is a major concern lately for most of us. Although there are many states that are looking set to reopen – according to this US states reopen list – there are many of us who are still worried about being affected by the pandemic.
You’ve heard the phrase “all publicity is good publicity,” but anyone who works in public relations knows that’s not always the case, especially in our current political climate. Just one political post can alienate half of your customer base, and winning them back won’t be easy.