22Jan

In today’s highly competitive business environment, investing in public relations is an absolute must for many businesses and organizations. But what if you are just starting out and don’t...

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14Jan
By: admin On: January 14, 2019 In: Blog, Crisis PR, News, Uncategorized Comments: 0

Singer R. Kelly has faced serious PR fallout following Lifetime’s bombshell documentary series “Surviving R. Kelly,” which detailed serious allegations of sexual misconduct over almost two decades of stardom....

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31Aug

We are thrilled to share that Red Banyan is continuing to expand its team and influence with the opening of a new office in Dallas-Fort Worth Texas. Texas is...

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16Jul

We are pleased to announce that Red Banyan continues to expand its South Florida headquarters with the recent addition of Michele Anapol as our Director of Content. In her new...

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10Jul

The #MeToo movement shook up the entertainment industry with back-to-back accusations of sexual abuse and misconduct by many of Hollywood’s household names. As some of these men, are now...

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19Jun

Red Banyan founder, Evan Nierman, recently spoke with Voyage MIA, a publication focused on highlighting the most inspiring entrepreneurs and independent businesses in South Florida. In the interview, Nierman...

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06Jun
By: admin On: June 06, 2018 In: Blog, Crisis Communications Florida, Crisis PR, Media Relations, News Comments: 0

Since Harvey Weinstein, more than 70 high-profile male executives and celebrities have been publicly accused of sexual misconduct. As Lucia Graves of The Guardian notes in her recent piece...

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22May

Manhattan lawyer, Aaron Schlossberg, has made national news recently after being recorded arguing with a sandwich shop manager and making anti-Latino comments because some of the employees were speaking...

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15May

Miami’s Christopher Columbus High School prom torpedoed into a PR crisis when a caged tiger was wheeled into the center of the room to entertain the students. The “Welcome...

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