BOSTON, Dec. 10, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Pirozzolo Company Public Relations was named to conduct PR and Crisis Management training in Southeast Asia by Husin Intelligence Group, the executive training company based in Jakarta, Indonesia.
"Husin Intelligence Group offers training by US experts, for executives in a broad range of management disciplines including human resources, branding, marketing and now public relations," according to Erwin Husin, CEO.
As part of the Husin client relationship, Dick Pirozzolo, founder of the Wellesley, Massachusetts-based Pirozzolo Company, delivered the first two-day seminar in Jakarta on Public Relations & Crisis Management for executives of multinationals such as Coca Cola, Acer Indonesia, HSBC Bank and DHL, as well as Indonesian mining, energy and airport management companies.
A second program is planned for Singapore in the spring of 2011.
The PR seminars cover building internal consensus and support for the PR plan, creating PR plans with one big idea that supports the brand, the lost-art of PR story-telling, getting past the editorial gatekeepers, Web 2.0 tactics that build customer relations, community and brand equity, PR measurement. The seminars also focus on crisis management and media interview skills.
Pirozzolo Company (http://www.pirozzolo.com/) has over 25 years of public relations consulting and training experience, having created seminars for individuals and trade organizations. Participants have ranged from emerging professionals to high-level PR managers and senior executives in finance, oil & energy, manufacturing and high technology in the US, The UK, Kazakhstan, Japan and Vietnam.
Founded in 1981, Pirozzolo Company Public Relations has developed an international PR agency that has served the governments of Vietnam and Japan and corporations in Israel, the United Kingdom, Germany, Canada and China. Pirozzolo Company is the Boston affiliate for HFN Kommunikation, Frankfurt, Germany.
According to Pirozzolo, "In addition to sharing US practices with Indonesian business leaders, the seminars teach us about trends in Southeast Asia. For example, Indonesians are increasingly focusing resources on Corporate Social Responsibility. The seminar was during the week of President Obama's visit, which added a dimension to the PR seminar discussion."
Photos of the grammar school Barack Obama attended in Jakarta are at: http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=86981&id=1044842110&l=7ab5fb8f68
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