Public Relations (PR) skills needed in the digital age and PR opportunities arising from COVID-19 were the main topics of PResent, a webinar and Q&A session organised by the Student Chapter of the University of Newcastle, Singapore (UONS) and the Institute of Public Relations of...

As the government battles to keep Singaporeans safe and the economy from stalling, businesses are also struggling to stay afloat. Besides the immediate challenges of generating cashflow, some businesses are also looking ahead to pre-position themselves for the eventual rebound. Here are 4 public relations (PR) tips entrepreneurs and small business...

"Bringing the Industry to the Classroom" - 8 years of TP-IPRS collaboration. On 24 February, the IPRS and Temasek Polytechnic (TP) renewed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to oversee the latter’s Student Chapter for another 3 years. This is the 3rd renewal of the MOU since...