AwardsCampaign/Issue ManagementCandidate AccomplishmentsSinclair News
June 14, 2021

Sinclair PA Does it Again…

Sinclair Public Affairs, an award-winning political communications firm in Raleigh, North Carolina, won a silver award for the Best Overall Direct Mail Campaign (Republican) for Senator Susan Collins’ Senate race. During the election cycle in November 2020, Sinclair Public Affairs delivered an effective advertising campaign for Senator Collins who won reelection in Maine for a seat in the US Senate.…
Integrated Situation ManagementSinclair Advice ColumnSinclair News
May 25, 2021

Sinclair Advice Column: Maneuvering the Post- College Void

It’s that time of the year again- caps and gowns are dawned, pictures are taken, and congratulations are given and received. College graduation is an exciting milestone, but it is often one without direction. Up until this point, your life has been paved for you. School is structured- filled with requirements, boxes to check and peers to measure yourself against.…
Crisis ManagementIntegrated Situation Management
May 10, 2021

5 things you need to know if you’re reopening a business in North Carolina

Blog 5 in the Emerging From COVID-19 series 1. Make a plan Planning out your reopening should happen before your doors open. There are a lot of different factors impacting how and when your business may reopen, but having a plan will help you identify and address various aspects that may stall or prevent you from reopening. While making a…
Crisis ManagementIntegrated Situation Management
April 26, 2021

No Communication Strategy? No Re-opening Plan

Blog 4 in the Emerging From COVID-19 series During periods of rapid change, communication becomes even more important. If a company does ultimately decide to send its employees back to the office under the safety of the vaccine, business owners need to remember that some people are still concerned for their health in the wake of re-opening. Utilizing basic crisis…
Campaign/Issue ManagementCrisis Management
April 5, 2021

Is Work From Home Here To Stay?

Blog 3 in the Emerging From COVID-19 series As we entered this pandemic, many expected to work from home (WFH) for no more than a month or so. Now, here we are one year later- 365 days that have shaped our society in unforeseen ways- culturally, physically, and economically. Though rapid shifts to remote work were largely seen as temporary,…
Campaign/Issue ManagementCrisis Management
April 5, 2021

COVID-19 Tech: History Repeats Itself

Blog 2 in the Emerging From COVID-19 series At the start of the pandemic, everyone buckled down to weather an unfamiliar storm- hoping that the end would be marked by a return to life as it was. However, amid the unexpected societal shift, business and consumer behavior were changed indefinitely. History has shown us that mass societal disruption accelerates technology…