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More PR Landscapes to come

February 23, 2008

 

Sixteen PR Landscapes are available on the GA Website. The last three business guides to the public relations industry in the United Kingdom, United States and Venezuela represent advancement in terms of comprehensive and relevant data. Other documents are in the making, such as Colombia, Germany and Russia. The new Landscapes emphasize facts, figures and key development of the public relations sector in various parts of the world with environmental and infra-structural information as com-plement. GA association members whose countries have not been profiled yet are encouraged to submit their Landscapes (make them available to jmolleda@jou.ufl.edu).

A suggested Wikipedia-type of platform will be developed to maintain the documents upda-ted and relevant. However, as it has been our norm, any PR Landscape can be updated and improved by any professional, scholar, student or association member of the already profiled countries. The PR Landscapes have proved to be useful to further understand the progress of the public relations practice globally. For further information, please contact the coordinators of the project Juan-Carlos Molleda (jmolleda@jou.ufl.edu) or Jean Valin (valinj@tc.gc.ca). The goal for this year is to produce at least 8 additional Landscapes, including areas of the world that has not been documented in existing trade or academic literature.