Journal – Public Relations Global Network names David Fuscus as new President

The Public Relations Global Network (PRGN), one of the largest international networks of independent PR and communications agencies, has a new president in David Fuscus (photo) from Washington, DC (USA). The appointment took place in Phoenix/Scottsdale, Arizona – the place where the network was founded 30 years ago. PRGN currently consists of 53 independent agencies worldwide. In Germany, Industrie-Contact AG from Hamburg and cometis AG from Wiesbaden are partners in the network.

David A. Fuscus, CEO and President of agency Xenophon Strategies, will lead the network for the next twelve months. Fuscus succeeds Alexandra Dinita, manager of the agency Free Communication in Bucharest (Romania). In turn, she assumes the role of former President and Chair of the PRGN Advisory Board.

In-person conference in Scottsdale for PRGN’s 30th anniversary

39 agencies from around the world attended the Arizona meeting. The three-day conference provided an opportunity to share knowledge and practices on a variety of topics. Mainly from the field of PR and agency owners, including trust building, diversity, equality and inclusion, digitization, creativity, data analysis, sustainability, succession planning and employee retention. The subsequent 30th Anniversary Gala was held at Western Spirit – Scottsdale’s Museum of the West.

30 PR tips available free of charge as a flipbook on the website

PRGN also presented its new eBook. It contains 30 PR tips from PR professionals around the world. The eBook, which is aimed at managers and executives in companies, as well as non-profit organizations and PR firms, is available free of charge on the PRGN-Website available.

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