Expanding Franchise Public Relations Agency
This year has been a year of incredible growth and exciting opportunities for All Points PR. Ahead of celebrating its third anniversary in August, the agency hired eight new employees between March and September of 2014. All of the new hires are young, ambitious and creative millennials, the demographic born in the 1980s and 1990s, which is also known as Generation Y. Although the job market is currently improving and national unemployment rates are at their lowest since the 2008 recession (6.1 percent in June, 2014), the outlook for 18-to-29-year-olds continues to look grim (15.2 percent in June, 2014). The statistics are shocking. According to the U.S. Census data 40 percent of unemployed workers are millennials.
Committed to providing rewarding career opportunities for young PR professionals and holding a firm belief in training and promoting bright, innovate PR specialists, All Points PR is experiencing rapid growth with an impressive collection of clients.
The millennial generation, thought to be incredibly tech-savvy and quick to grasp new concepts, is well suited for the ever-changing PR field. In today’s day and age, PR companies are stepping outside the traditional boundaries of faxing press releases and mailing press kits. Public relations professionals need to be great writers, communicators, designers and multitaskers. As the lines blur between PR, advertising, publishing and SEO firms, All Points PR has adapted to better serve its clients’ changing needs. The talented professionals of All Points PR are leading this charge. In fact, All Points PR team members come from reporting, graphic design and social media backgrounds, and have worked on the client side, at agencies and for non-profit organizations. This blend helps make All Points PR one of the top franchise PR firms in the nation.
To learn more about All Points PR and its talented team of specialists, visit Allpointspr.com/about/the-point-people.