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public relations (PR)

a general means of promoting a business's COMPANY IMAGE with a view to encouraging customers to buy its products and investors to buy its shares, as well, for example, as influencing government policies on issues relevant to the company. Companies often appoint a PR officer to liase with the MEDIA in providing them with information and news about the company's activities and its record on such matters as CONSUMER PROTECTION and environmental pollution. Sponsorship of sport and the arts, etc. represents an indirect way of building up customer goodwill towards the company's products. See PROMOTIONAL MIX.
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Based in Bahrain, his role will be to extend strategic communications sup- port to the regional clients with a par-ticular focus on corporate reputation management, executive profiling, inves- tor relations, issue man- agement, public affairs and media relations.
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Her unwillingness to engage is very damaging to Kraft's reputation and is not a well-conceived corporate reputation management strategy, but it is unlikely to do damage to the Cadbury brand itself," he said.
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In his new role Brown will direct the company's global communication efforts, overseeing functions that include public relations, executive communications, product promotion, public affairs, internal communications, corporate reputation management, as well as social media outreach.

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