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Company Culture, Public Relations Posted Jun 7, 2019 by Shannon Kelley

How College Prepared Me For “The Real World”

When applying for my first job out of college a few short months ago, I took the time to figure out exactly what it was I wanted to do. I always had an idea, however, I thought it would be important to evaluate what I’ve learned over the past four years through my major, internships, […]

Cyber Security, High Technology, Public Relations, Technology Posted May 31, 2019 by Kayla Krause

It’s Gonna Be May: Client Coverage Round-Up

Channeling my inner teenage, boy band-obsessed self, combined with a love for any kind of GIF – the month of May always makes me think of… That being said – in true *NSYNC fashion, our clients were bringin’ da noise this month with breaking news comments and coverage. Some also took the time to write […]

Company Culture, Events, Innovation, Public Relations, Social Media, Technology Posted May 24, 2019 by Gabrielle Kondracki

The Podcast Era: Stop, Collaborate and Listen

What caused the podcast era to erupt? Could it have been our instinctual desire to share stories with one another, or a craving to feel more connected in an increasingly cyber-centric world? Does hearing a discussion between people make us feel closer and more involved in a topic than just simply reading about one? We’re […]

Company Culture Posted May 10, 2019 by Doug De Orchis

It’s Off To Work We Go

Most would agree when I say that commuting to work seldom breaks into my “Top 5 Highlights of the Day” list. But with the weather warming up as we approach the summer months, I brought it upon myself to take a closer look at the paths that lead me to the office and to nearby […]

Company Culture, Entrepreneurs, Opinions, Public Relations Posted May 3, 2019 by Kayla Krause

From Graduation to Employment, and All of the In Betweens

  ✅ Final Exams ✅ Order Cap & Gown ✅ Invite Family & Friends ✅ Graduate ⚪ Apply for Jobs…   Congratulations! You’re done with writing papers, studying for exams, and you are officially ready for the “real world.” But now what? With graduation season suddenly upon us, it made me think of when I […]

Cyber Security, High Technology, Technology Posted Apr 26, 2019 by Gabrielle Kondracki

April Showers Bring A Flood…of Client Coverage

This April showered CHEN PR’s clients with a flood of announcements and breaking news, and we’ve compiled the most important pieces of coverage for you as we make our ascent into the sunnier and warmer skies of May. SecurityWeek Active vs. Passive Monitoring: No Longer an Either-Or Proposition Help Net Security Capsule8 to help Google […]

Entrepreneurs Posted Apr 17, 2019 by Jennifer Torode

Living Longer: Aging, Power, Living Happily & Entrepreneurship Abound

Some of the world’s most successful and wise people say to live in the moment and capture full happiness and that is extremely valuable. One should remember to live in the present but always plan for the future. Last Thursday, I ventured to Cambridge to attend the MIT Enterprise Forum Cambridge (MITEF) panel discussion with […]

Cyber Security, Events, Public Relations, Technology Posted Apr 12, 2019 by Doug De Orchis

March Media Madness

If you’ve been keeping up with our blog posts (who are we kidding, of course you have!), the RSA Conference made a big impact on CHEN PR and its clients at the beginning of March. As a result, the event was a very common thread in our clients’ coverage. Here are some examples that stood […]

Entrepreneurs, Events, High Technology, Innovation, Technology Posted Mar 29, 2019 by Kayla Krause

Connecting the Dots to Master IoT

It started with Watson, and then we were introduced to Alexa – who knew we’d live in a world where devices have their own names? It’s incredible how far the Internet and technology have come –with smart TVs, cell phones that unlock with facial recognition, and self-driving cars. The possibilities seem endless for the future. […]

Uncategorized Posted Mar 22, 2019 by Courtney Kruzement-Prykhodko

So long, farewell, auf Wiedersehen, adieu, winter. We’re ready for spring!

Wednesday marked the official start of spring and while we’ve been enjoying some extra daylight for a few weeks now, the change of season is finally starting to sink in. Flowers are starting to bloom, the Greenway is starting to become, well, green, and the city is ready to hop out of hibernation.   There […]