Political vs Corporate PR

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Political vs Corporate PR

Most of the public relations agency in the Philippines that I know off are more on political accounts rather than corporate accounts.  Most of the PR jobs I handled were political related and  I was only able to handle one corporate account and that was a controversial one.  What it was I won’t tell.  I respect the client relations doctrine.

I am actually excited about the coming elections as it means job for me.   Despite being politically related I can’t complain the pay is good and I have heaps of bills to pay aside from the other expenses related to taking care of my daughters therapy and special education and stuff. (Read = Single Mom, bills, therapy, expenses, expenses and more expenses why should I complain.)

If I can change the course of my PR career I would like to get involved more in corporate accounts especially the IT accounts.  I think it will be great to have the first look on the latest technology and gadgets to come and how to sway the public opinion about it. It will also be great to not get involved in dirty politics. God Bless the Philippines!

Domingues Marketing Corporation  is one of the PR agency in the Philippines that handles corporate accounts and based on their company portfolio they are more into IT accounts and HP (Hewlett-Packard) Philippines, Dell International Services Philippines Inc., Adobe Systems Inc. , eBay.ph , Yehey and Headstrong Philippines Inc.was one of their clients.   Now that is a great list of clients.  I wonder if they can sqeeze a post for me.  Haha!

Dominguez Marketing Communications

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