Hopkins Speaks About How Public Relations Can Enhance Your Ministry, Brand And Pockets On Destiny Academy's Tele-Seminar Series
Hopkins Provided Tips on Ways to Grow A Brand with the help of Specific Marketing and Public Relation Tactics
ATLANTA, GA, December 11, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Kristen Hopkins, Chief Creative Officer at KH II Public Relations, a versatile public relations and marketing agency, was recently featured as a guest speaker on Destiny Academy's Tele-Seminar Series, Thursday, November 21, 2013 from 8:30pm-9:30pm. This series is designed to enhance students who are specifically practicing ministry in business. Hopkins touched on the various techniques to build a solid reputation.
At KH II Public Relations, Hopkins implements creative and effective public relation plans for new and existing clients, brings fresh new perspectives and focuses solely on effective brand trust. With over 50 registered guest in attendance, Hopkins provided detailed information on how Public Relations Practitioners are retained to convey messages on behalf of their client or brand, how PR Practitioners focus on brand trust and credibility, and she provided examples of how clients successful media and outreach campaigns increased track revenue.
The open dialogue led to many exciting questions post Hopkins presentation. "I enjoy helping others truly understand the meaning of Public Relations and how using strategies and tactics can grow their brand," comments Hopkins.
For any additional information about Kristen Hopkins and KH II Public Relations visit http://www.kh2pr.com, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or socially connect with the company using handle @KHIIPR.
About KH II Public Relations
KH II Public Relations, LLC is a versatile public relations and marketing agency specializing in media relations, event management and brand development for fashion, non-profit, and lifestyle brands.
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