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Brunnen’s image best in Finland — new national PR agency survey

A new survey of PR companies’ image in 2021* by market researcher Taloustutkimus examined the company image, skills profile and awareness of Finnish PR agencies. The respondents consisted of corporate decision-makers and specialists, who rated Brunnen Communications’ company image the best in Finland.
Brunnen Communications Oy PRBI-barometri: viestinnän vaikuttavuuden vaatimukset kasvavat

PRBI barometer: even more clients are expecting agencies to show ROI

        According to the recently launched PRBI barometer many clients have recognized a growing need for asking ROI from agency services they are buying. The agency owners see also a correlation between a monetary value of their service and client’s communication budget: the clients are willing to pay more, if the agency can prove strategic…
Brunnen chosen as the first Finnish member in PR Boutiques International

Brunnen chosen as the first Finnish member in PR Boutiques International

Great news! We are so happy to announce that Brunnen Communications has been accepted as the newest member in the highly skilled communication leaders’ network, PR Boutiques International.
A crisis tests the ability to communicate

A crisis tests the ability to communicate

In addition to information, rules and recommendations a crisis calls for humane communication and team spirit. The world is now going through its biggest common crisis ever. Normal business life has changed quickly into a totally unpredictable mode, where nobody has clear or ready guidelines on how to move forward. For communication professionals, last weeks have been turbulent and utterly busy. If communication hasn’t been in the management’s spotlight before the crisis, it is now there for sure.
Community International

CommUnity International is ready to start: Brunnen Communications Oy a network member from Finland

Time to celebrate! A new independent communication agency network CommUnity International will begin operating January 1st, 2020.
Brunnenin asiantuntemus on tasoltaan korkealuokkaista.

Our customers: Brunnen means high quality

There is only one way to know, if your customers are satisfied with the service you are providing: ask them. We did so just recently (5/2019) and we were pleased to hear, that the quality of our work and service is excellent.

Silver and Bronze for Brunnen and brilliant clients

Great news once again! We are pleased to announce that our PR achievements have been rewarded with one silver and one bronze prize at our international CommWorld network competition. Altogether there were participants from 16 countries.
Brunnen Blog: Three myths of expert communication

Three myths of expert communication

Many experts are the most powerful influencers of their organizations. Still many of them find communication challenging. In the following, we’ll break three common myths of expert communication.
Brunnenin blogi: Value of PR

Can you set the right value of PR and communication?

The delivery day of PR Week is always a day of joy and professional progress for us at Brunnen. A magazine full of case references of the best PR and communication projects especially in the UK, where our industry has deep and historical rules. Additionally, PR Week covers good interviews and articles on our business, covering the drivers and obstacles, possibilities and views.

Finnish PR agency image survey: Brunnen in second place

We are happy to say that Brunnen Communications has been ranked as second among PR agencies in Finland. The survey is based on opinions given by 667 Communication Directors and Managers. We want to thank you for this wonderful result!

Building dialogue is not just sending messages

Last week we had a pleasure to invite colleagues form all across Europe to Helsinki and we got a chance for international dialogue, in a fast changing world.
Brunnen blog Riitta Väkeväinen good news

Bad news are not so bad after all?

Why journalists are so keen at digging dirt? I have been asked this question in every media training I have done during my time at Brunnen Communications. I have given this issue a lot of thought and it has since occurred to me: we as humans still believe that good will prevail.

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